ruby-beautify [-hVts] [-c <count>] [--overwrite] [<file>...]
rbeautify [-hVts] [-c <count>] [--overwrite] [<file>...]
- Show some help.
- Show version.
- Use tab(s) as indent character.
- Use space(s) as indent character.
-c <count>, --indent_count <count>
- Count of characters to use for indenting.
- Overwrites file(s) in place. It won't overwrite files that fail syntax check.
- Pretty up provided file(s).
If it is run without specifying a filename, it will read from STDIN.
Options presented above can be set inside a configuration file named .ruby-beautify. It can be placed anywhere up in the directory tree. Options need to be separated by a new line and options that use parameter value require "=" to be added between parameter name and the value.
The original analyzer that ruby-beautify was based on is available at: http://www.arachnoid.com/ruby/rubyBeautifier.html.
Original work is based on sublime-text2 plugin: https://github.com/CraigWilliams/BeautifyRuby which was cleaned up and made suitable for use directly in a shell.
Ruby-beautify was recently re-written to use the stdlib ripper gem to do the lexical analyzing. Consequently all of the old legacy code was dropped.
Ernie Brodeur <[email protected]>
This manpage was written by Tomasz Nitecki <[email protected]> based on the original README.md.