Stylize quickly reformats or checkstyles an entire repository of code.
It's a wrapper over other checkstyle programs such as
yapf that lets you use one command to operate on your entire repo, consisting of multiple types of files.
# install go get -u github.com/justbuchanan/stylize # check files and write a patch file to 'patch.txt'. This patch file shows what # changes the formatter would have made if run with the `-i` (in-place) flag. # You can also apply this generated patch to the repo using `git apply`. stylize --patch_output patch.txt # format all code in-place # note: make a git commit before doing this - there's no undo button stylize -i # format code in place, excluding a couple directories stylize -i --exclude=build,external # reformat only files that differ from origin/master stylize -i --git_diffbase origin/master
stylize looks for a config file named
.stylize.yml in the current directory. A different file can be specified with the
--config flag. See
config.go for what options are available and see this repo's
.stylize.yml file as an example.
Stylize currently has support for:
Other formatters can easily be added. See the files in the 'formatters' directory as examples.