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--i=4 # Indenting
--nt # No tabs
--ple # Same line endings
--bt=1
--pt=1
--sbt=2
+--maximum-line-length=120
+--indent-columns=4
+--preserve-line-endings
+--no-tabs
+--continuation-indentation=4
+
+--paren-tightness=1
+--brace-tightness=1
+--block-brace-tightness=0
+--square-bracket-tightness=1
+--space-keyword-paren
+--nocuddled-else
+--opening-token-right
+--delete-old-newlines
+--comma-arrow-breakpoints=0
+--nobreak-at-old-ternary-breakpoints
+
+--noblanks-before-comments
+--blanks-before-subs
+--blanks-before-blocks
+
+-asc # allows perltidy to add a ';' when missing (default)
+-dsm # allows perltidy to delete an unnecessary ';' (default)
-# -io "indent only": just do indentation, no other formatting.
-# -sil=n set starting indentation level to n; use if auto detection fails
-# -ole=s specify output line ending (s=dos or win, mac, unix)
-# -ple keep output line endings same as input (input must be filename)
-#
-# Whitespace Control
-# -fws freeze whitespace; this disables all whitespace changes
-# and disables the following switches:
-# -bt=n sets brace tightness, n= (0 = loose, 1=default, 2 = tight)
-# -bbt same as -bt but for code block braces; same as -bt if not given
-# -bbvt block braces vertically tight; use with -bl or -bli
-# -bbvtl=s make -bbvt to apply to selected list of block types
-# -pt=n paren tightness (n=0, 1 or 2)
-# -sbt=n square bracket tightness (n=0, 1, or 2)
-# -bvt=n brace vertical tightness,
-# n=(0=open, 1=close unless multiple steps on a line, 2=always close)
-# -pvt=n paren vertical tightness (see -bvt for n)
-# -sbvt=n square bracket vertical tightness (see -bvt for n)
-# -bvtc=n closing brace vertical tightness:
-# n=(0=open, 1=sometimes close, 2=always close)
-# -pvtc=n closing paren vertical tightness, see -bvtc for n.
-# -sbvtc=n closing square bracket vertical tightness, see -bvtc for n.
-# -ci=n sets continuation indentation=n, default is n=2 spaces
-# -lp line up parentheses, brackets, and non-BLOCK braces
-# -sfs add space before semicolon in for( ; ; )
-# -aws allow perltidy to add whitespace (default)
-# -dws delete all old non-essential whitespace
-# -icb indent closing brace of a code block
-# -cti=n closing indentation of paren, square bracket, or non-block brace:
-# n=0 none, =1 align with opening, =2 one full indentation level
-# -icp equivalent to -cti=2
-# -wls=s want space left of tokens in string; i.e. -nwls='+ - * /'
-# -wrs=s want space right of tokens in string;
-# -sts put space before terminal semicolon of a statement
-# -sak=s put space between keywords given in s and '(';
-# -nsak=s no space between keywords in s and '('; i.e. -nsak='my our local'
-#
-# Line Break Control
-# -fnl freeze newlines; this disables all line break changes
-# and disables the following switches:
-# -anl add newlines; ok to introduce new line breaks
-# -bbs add blank line before subs and packages
-# -bbc add blank line before block comments
-# -bbb add blank line between major blocks
-# -sob swallow optional blank lines
-# -ce cuddled else; use this style: '} else {'
-# -dnl delete old newlines (default)
-# -mbl=n maximum consecutive blank lines (default=1)
-# -l=n maximum line length; default n=80
-# -bl opening brace on new line
-# -sbl opening sub brace on new line. value of -bl is used if not given.
-# -bli opening brace on new line and indented
-# -bar opening brace always on right, even for long clauses
-# -vt=n vertical tightness (requires -lp); n controls break after opening
-# token: 0=never 1=no break if next line balanced 2=no break
-# -vtc=n vertical tightness of closing container; n controls if closing
-# token starts new line: 0=always 1=not unless list 1=never
-# -wba=s want break after tokens in string; i.e. wba=': .'
-# -wbb=s want break before tokens in string
-#
-# Following Old Breakpoints
-# -kis keep interior semicolons. Allows multiple statements per line.
-# -boc break at old comma breaks: turns off all automatic list formatting
-# -bol break at old logical breakpoints: or, and, ||, && (default)
-# -bok break at old list keyword breakpoints such as map, sort (default)
-# -bot break at old conditional (ternary ?:) operator breakpoints (default)
-# -cab=n break at commas after a comma-arrow (=>):
-# n=0 break at all commas after =>
-# n=1 stable: break unless this breaks an existing one-line container
-# n=2 break only if a one-line container cannot be formed
-# n=3 do not treat commas after => specially at all
-#
-# Comment controls
-# -ibc indent block comments (default)
-# -isbc indent spaced block comments; may indent unless no leading space
-# -msc=n minimum desired spaces to side comment, default 4
-# -fpsc=n fix position for side comments; default 0;
-# -csc add or update closing side comments after closing BLOCK brace
-# -dcsc delete closing side comments created by a -csc command
-# -cscp=s change closing side comment prefix to be other than '## end'
-# -cscl=s change closing side comment to apply to selected list of blocks
-# -csci=n minimum number of lines needed to apply a -csc tag, default n=6
-# -csct=n maximum number of columns of appended text, default n=20
-# -cscw causes warning if old side comment is overwritten with -csc
-#
-# -sbc use 'static block comments' identified by leading '##' (default)
-# -sbcp=s change static block comment identifier to be other than '##'
-# -osbc outdent static block comments
-#
-# -ssc use 'static side comments' identified by leading '##' (default)
-# -sscp=s change static side comment identifier to be other than '##'
-#
-# Delete selected text
-# -dac delete all comments AND pod
-# -dbc delete block comments
-# -dsc delete side comments
-# -dp delete pod
-#
-# Send selected text to a '.TEE' file
-# -tac tee all comments AND pod
-# -tbc tee block comments
-# -tsc tee side comments
-# -tp tee pod
-#
-# Outdenting
-# -olq outdent long quoted strings (default)
-# -olc outdent a long block comment line
-# -ola outdent statement labels
-# -okw outdent control keywords (redo, next, last, goto, return)
-# -okwl=s specify alternative keywords for -okw command
-#
-# Other controls
-# -mft=n maximum fields per table; default n=40
-# -x do not format lines before hash-bang line (i.e., for VMS)
-# -asc allows perltidy to add a ';' when missing (default)
-# -dsm allows perltidy to delete an unnecessary ';' (default)
-#
-# Combinations of other parameters
-# -gnu attempt to follow GNU Coding Standards as applied to perl
-# -mangle remove as many newlines as possible (but keep comments and pods)
-# -extrude insert as many newlines as possible
-#
-# Dump and die, debugging
-# -dop dump options used in this run to standard output and quit
-# -ddf dump default options to standard output and quit
-# -dsn dump all option short names to standard output and quit
-# -dln dump option long names to standard output and quit
-# -dpro dump whatever configuration file is in effect to standard output
-# -dtt dump all token types to standard output and quit
-#
-# HTML
-# -html write an html file (see 'man perl2web' for many options)
-# Note: when -html is used, no indentation or formatting are done.
-# Hint: try perltidy -html -css=mystyle.css filename.pl
-# and edit mystyle.css to change the appearance of filename.html.
-# -nnn gives line numbers
-# -pre only writes out <pre>..</pre> code section
-# -toc places a table of contents to subs at the top (default)
-# -pod passes pod text through pod2html (default)
-# -frm write html as a frame (3 files)
-# -text=s extra extension for table of contents if -frm, default='toc'
-# -sext=s extra extension for file content if -frm, default='src'
-#
-# A prefix of "n" negates short form toggle switches, and a prefix of "no"
-# negates the long forms. For example, -nasc means don't add missing
-# semicolons.
-#
-# If you are unable to see this entire text, try "perltidy -h | more"
-# For more detailed information, and additional options, try "man perltidy",
-# or go to the perltidy home page at http://perltidy.sourceforge.net

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