Tool that uses Roslyn to automatically rewrite the source to follow our coding styles
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Latest commit bcc5117 Nov 11, 2016 @jaredpar jaredpar committed on GitHub Merge pull request #245 from alexsorokoletov/run-on-mono
allow CodeFormatter to run on Mono

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CodeFormatter

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CodeFormatter is a tool that uses Roslyn to automatically rewrite the source to follow our coding styles, which are documented here.

Prerequisites

In order to build or run this tool you will need to have Microsoft Build Tools 2015 installed. This comes as a part of Visual Studio 2015.

Installation

Download binaries from GitHub Releases

Usage

In order get the usage, simply invoke the tool with no arguments:

$ .\CodeFormatter.exe
CodeFormatter <project or solution> [<rule types>] [/file:<filename>] [/nocopyright] [/c:<config1,config2> [/copyright:file]
    <rule types> - Rule types to use in addition to the default ones.
                   Use ConvertTests to convert MSTest tests to xUnit.
    <filename>   - Only apply changes to files with specified name.
    <configs>    - Additional preprocessor configurations the formatter
                   should run under.
    <copyright>  - Specifies file containing copyright header.

Contributing

We follow the same contribution process that corefx is using.