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1.1.3

  • Preserve whitespace in multi-line strings inside string interpolations (#711). Note! This bug means that dart_style 1.1.2 may make semantics changes to your strings. You should avoid that version and use 1.1.3.

  • Set max SDK version to <3.0.0, and adjusted other dependencies.

1.1.2

  • Don't split inside string interpolations.

1.1.1

  • Format expressions in string interpolations (#226).
  • Apply fixes inside string interpolations (#707).

1.1.0

  • Add support for "style fixes", opt-in non-whitespace changes.
  • Add fix to convert : to = as the named parameter default value separator.
  • Add fix to remove new keywords.
  • Add fix to remove unneeded const keywords.
  • Uniformly format constructor invocations and other static method calls.
  • Don't crash when showing parse errors in Dart 2 mode (#697).

1.0.14

  • Support metadata on enum cases (#688).

1.0.13

  • Support the latest release of package:analyzer.

1.0.12

  • Fix another failure when running in Dart 2.

1.0.11

  • Fix cast failure when running in Dart 2.
  • Updated SDK version to 2.0.0-dev.17.0.
  • Force split in empty then block in if with an else (#680).

1.0.10

  • Don't split before . if the target expression is an argument list with a trailing comma (#548, #665).
  • Preserve metadata on for-in variables (#648).
  • Support optional new/const (#652).
  • Better formatting of initialization lists after trailing commas (#658).

1.0.9

  • Updated tests. No user-facing changes.

1.0.8

  • Support v1 of pkg/args.

1.0.7

  • Format multiline strings as block arguments (#570).
  • Fix call to analyzer API.
  • Support assert in initializer list experimental syntax (#522).

1.0.6

  • Support URIs in part-of directives (#615).

1.0.5

  • Support the latest version of pkg/analyzer.

1.0.4

  • Ensure formatter throws an exception instead of introducing non-whitespace changes. This sanity check ensures the formatter does not erase user code when the formatter itself contains a bug.
  • Preserve type arguments in generic typedefs (#619).
  • Preserve type arguments in function expression invocations (#621).

1.0.3

  • Preserve type arguments in generic function-typed parameters (#613).

1.0.2

  • Support new generic function typedef syntax (#563).

1.0.1

  • Ensure space between - and -- (#170).
  • Preserve a blank line between enum cases (#606).

1.0.0

  • Handle mixed block and arrow bodied function arguments uniformly (#500).
  • Don't add a spurious space after "native" (#541).
  • Handle parenthesized and immediately invoked functions in argument lists like other function literals (#566).
  • Preserve a blank line between an annotation and the first directive (#571).
  • Fix splitting in generic methods with => bodies (#584).
  • Allow splitting between a parameter name and type (#585).
  • Don't split after < when a collection is in statement position (#589).
  • Force a split if the cascade target has non-obvious precedence (#590).
  • Split more often if a cascade target contains a split (#591).
  • Correctly report unchanged formatting when reading from stdin.

0.2.16

  • Don't discard type arguments on method calls with closure arguments (#582).

0.2.15

  • Support covariant modifier on methods.

0.2.14

  • Update to analyzer 0.29.3. This should make dart_style a little more resilient to breaking changes in analyzer that add support for new syntax that dart_style can't format yet.

0.2.13

  • Support generic method parameters as well as arguments.

0.2.12

  • Add support for assert() in constructor initializers.
  • Correctly indent the right-hand side of is and as expressions.
  • Avoid splitting in index operators when possible.
  • Support generic methods (#556).

0.2.11+1

  • Fix test to not depend on analyzer error message.

0.2.11

  • Widen dependency on analyzer to allow 0.29.x.

0.2.10

  • Handle metadata annotations before parameters with trailing commas (#520).
  • Always split enum declarations if they end in a trailing comma (#529).
  • Add --set-exit-if-changed to set the exit code on a change (#365).

0.2.9

  • Require analyzer 0.27.4, which makes trailing commas on by default.

0.2.8

  • Format parameter lists with trailing commas like argument lists (#447).

0.2.7

  • Make it strong mode clean.
  • Put labels on their own line (#43).
  • Gracefully handle IO errors when failing to overwrite a file (#473).
  • Add a blank line after local functions, to match top level ones (#488).
  • Improve indentation in non-block-bodied control flow statements (#494).
  • Better indentation on very long return types (#503).
  • When calling from JS, guess at which error to show when the code cannot be parsed (#504).
  • Force a conditional operator to split if the condition does (#506).
  • Preserve trailing commas in argument and parameter lists (#509).
  • Split arguments preceded by comments (#511).
  • Remove newlines after script tags (#513).
  • Split before a single named argument if the argument itself splits (#514).
  • Indent initializers in multiple variable declarations.
  • Avoid passing an invalid Windows file URI to analyzer.
  • Always split comma-separated sequences that contain a trailing comma.

0.2.6

  • Support deploying an npm package exporting a formatCode method.

0.2.4

  • Better handling for long collections with comments (#484).

0.2.3

  • Support messages in assert() (#411).
  • Don't put spaces around magic generic method annotation comments (#477).
  • Always put member metadata annotations on their own line (#483).
  • Indent functions in named argument lists with non-functions (#478).
  • Force the parameter list to split if a split occurs inside a function-typed parameter.
  • Don't force a split for before a single named argument if the argument itself splits.

0.2.2

  • Upgrade to analyzer 0.27.0.
  • Format configured imports and exports.

0.2.1

  • --version command line argument (#240).
  • Split the first . in a method chain if the target splits (#255).
  • Don't collapse states that differ by unbound rule constraints (#424).
  • Better handling for functions in method chains (#367, #398).
  • Better handling of large parameter metadata annotations (#387, #444).
  • Smarter splitting around collections in named parameters (#394).
  • Split calls if properties in a chain split (#399).
  • Don't allow splitting inside empty functions (#404).
  • Consider a rule live if it constrains a rule in the overflow line (#407).
  • Allow splitting in prefix expressions (#410).
  • Correctly constrain collections in argument lists (#420, #463, #465).
  • Better indentation of collection literals (#421, #469).
  • Only show a hidden directory once in the output (#428).
  • Allow splitting between type and variable name (#429, #439, #454).
  • Better indentation for binary operators in => bodies (#434.
  • Tweak splitting around assignment (#436, #437).
  • Indent multi-line collections in default values (#441).
  • Don't drop metadata on part directives (#443).
  • Handle if statements without curly bodies better (#448).
  • Handle loop statements without curly bodies better (#449).
  • Allow splitting before get and set (#462).
  • Add --indent to specify leading indent (#464).
  • Ensure collection elements line split separately (#474).
  • Allow redirecting constructors to wrap (#475).
  • Handle index expressions in the middle of call chains.
  • Optimize splitting lines with many rules.

0.2.0

  • Treat functions nested inside function calls like block arguments (#366).

0.2.0-rc.4

  • Smarter indentation for function arguments (#369).

0.2.0-rc.3

  • Optimize splitting complex lines (#391).

0.2.0-rc.2

  • Allow splitting between adjacent strings (#201).
  • Force multi-line comments to the next line (#241).
  • Better splitting in metadata annotations in parameter lists (#247).
  • New optimized line splitter (#360, #380).
  • Allow splitting after argument name (#368).
  • Parsing a statement fails if there is unconsumed input (#372).
  • Don't force for fully split if initializers or updaters do (#375, #377).
  • Split before deferred (#381).
  • Allow splitting on as and is expressions (#384).
  • Support null-aware operators (?., ??, and ??=) (#385).
  • Allow splitting before default parameter values (#389).

0.2.0-rc.1

  • BREAKING: The indent argument to new DartFormatter() is now a number of spaces, not indentation levels.

  • This version introduces a new n-way constraint system replacing the previous binary constraints. It's mostly an internal change, but allows us to fix a number of bugs that the old solver couldn't express solutions to.

    In particular, it forces argument and parameter lists to go one-per-line if they don't all fit in two lines. And it allows function and collection literals inside expressions to indent like expressions in some contexts. (#78, #97, #101, #123, #139, #141, #142, #143, et. al.)

  • Indent cascades more deeply when the receiver is a method call (#137).

  • Preserve newlines in collections containing line comments (#139).

  • Allow multiple variable declarations on one line if they fit (#155).

  • Prefer splitting at "." on non-identifier method targets (#161).

  • Enforce a blank line before and after classes (#168).

  • More precisely control newlines between declarations (#173).

  • Preserve mandatory newlines in inline block comments (#178).

  • Splitting inside type parameter and type argument lists (#184).

  • Nest blocks deeper inside a wrapped conditional operator (#186).

  • Split named arguments if the positional arguments split (#189).

  • Re-indent line doc comments even if they are flush left (#192).

  • Nest cascades like expressions (#200, #203, #205, #221, #236).

  • Prefer splitting after => over other options (#217).

  • Nested non-empty collections force surrounding ones to split (#223).

  • Allow splitting inside with and implements clauses (#228, #259).

  • Allow splitting after = in a constructor initializer (#242).

  • If a => function's parameters split, split after the => too (#250).

  • Allow splitting between successive index operators (#256).

  • Correctly indent wrapped constructor initializers (#257).

  • Set failure exit code for malformed input when reading from stdin (#359).

  • Do not nest blocks inside single-argument function and method calls.

  • Do nest blocks inside => functions.

0.1.8+2

  • Allow using analyzer 0.26.0-alpha.0.

0.1.8+1

  • Use the new test package runner internally.

0.1.8

  • Update to latest analyzer and args packages.
  • Allow cascades with repeated method names to be one line.

0.1.7

  • Update to latest analyzer (#177).
  • Don't discard annotations on initializing formals (#197).
  • Optimize formatting deeply nested expressions (#108).
  • Discard unused nesting level to improve performance (#108).
  • Discard unused spans to improve performance (#108).
  • Harden splits that contain too much nesting (#108).
  • Try to avoid splitting single-element lists (#211).
  • Avoid splitting when the first argument is a function expression (#211).

0.1.6

  • Allow passing in selection to preserve through command line (#194).

0.1.5+1, 0.1.5+2, 0.1.5+3

  • Fix test files to work in main Dart repo test runner.

0.1.5

  • Change executable name from dartformat to dartfmt.

0.1.4

  • Don't mangle comma after function-typed initializing formal (#156).
  • Add --dry-run option to show files that need formatting (#67).
  • Try to avoid splitting in before index argument (#158, #160).
  • Support await for statements (#154).
  • Don't delete commas between enum values with doc comments (#171).
  • Put a space between nested unary - calls (#170).
  • Allow -t flag to preserve compatibility with old formatter (#166).
  • Support --machine flag for machine-readable output (#164).
  • If no paths are provided, read source from stdin (#165).

0.1.3

  • Split different operators with the same precedence equally (#130).
  • No spaces for empty for loop clauses (#132).
  • Don't touch files whose contents did not change (#127).
  • Skip formatting files in hidden directories (#125).
  • Don't include trailing whitespace when preserving selection (#124).
  • Force constructor initialization lists to their own line if the parameter list is split across multiple lines (#151).
  • Allow splitting in index operator calls (#140).
  • Handle sync* and async* syntax (#151).
  • Indent the parameter list more if the body is a wrapped "=>" (#144).

0.1.2

  • Move split conditional operators to the beginning of the next line.

0.1.1

  • Support formatting enums (#120).
  • Handle Windows line endings in multiline strings (#126).
  • Increase nesting for conditional operators (#122).