A zero config plugin for running Prettier in Atom
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README.md

miniprettier

A zero config plugin for running Prettier in Atom. It was inspired by @t9md's mprettier but changed to suit my needs.

  • no autosave
  • no ESLint support
  • zero config (you can set prettier default options to format inside projects that don't use prettier)
  • cursor support

How to use?

Run miniprettier:format or ctrl+alt+f.

It will always run Prettier on the current file even if the file is ignored in .prettierignore.

Which Prettier it uses

miniprettier will follow this order to find the Prettier version to use:

  • in the root dir of the current project
  • a globally installed version of Prettier
  • the bundled version in the plugin

Prettier options

If miniprettier can't find Prettier in the current project, it will use options set in config.cson.

  miniprettier:
    options:
      singleQuote: true
      printWidth: 100
      trailingComma: "all"

(see Prettier's available options)

Prettier will use the project's own configuration (via prettier.resolveConfig). If the project doesn't have any options set, it probably means the project uses Prettier's default and miniprettier will not pass any options.

miniprettier doesn't try to guess which parser to use or anything, it relies on Prettier's own inference based on the file extension.

Credits

Thanks to @t9md for inspiration in mprettier.

License

MIT