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Cleanup Drupal settings files with PHPCBF #938

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Schnitzel commented Mar 7, 2019

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I'm a bit confused, so is this a legit PR? :)

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dan2k3k4 commented Mar 9, 2019

@Schnitzel I used phpcbf --standard=Drupal on the files.

The changes just make sure we have cleaner looking code, the actual code does not change at all; but since this code is used as a reference for starting to "lagoonize" a website, I felt like standardising the code a little with best practices.

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