The universal code formatter for the MolView project. This program automatically formats all code in the current directory to match the style conventions. You can find out which conventions are used by looking at the source code of this tool. It will automatically alert you if you have to install a formatter on your system.
unifmt on your system, run:
pub global activate unifmt
Displays usage information.
Output non-critical formatting messages.
Ignore errors in run-once mode (i.e. --no-watch).
Watch current directory for changes and reformat them.
Exclude the given file globs.
Set copyright holder for license headers.
Set SPDX license ID for license headers.
unifmt parses the
.gitignore file in the directory where it is executed
and does not format files that are excluded in the
.gitignore file. However,
.gitignore files that are located in subdirectories are not parsed!
You can install the package from the command line:
$ pub global activate unifmt
The package has the following executables:
|0.2.11||Mar 13, 2017|
|0.2.10||Mar 13, 2017|
|0.2.9+2||Nov 3, 2016|
|0.2.9+1||Oct 9, 2016|
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