- On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 4:58:23 AM UTC-5, Michael Henry wrote:
> On 04/25/2012 03:26 AM, John Beckett wrote:If you do find an external tool you like, you can invoke it from within Vim to replace the built-in format and/or indent commands.
> > Gautier DI FOLCO wrote:
> >> I known this page but I would go further : the equal sign
> >> must have a space before and after, [...]
> > I don't think Vim is suitable for that.
> For a tool outside of Vim, you might like "uncrustify":
> It has hundreds of options to match a wide variety of styles,
> and it does a good job of parsing and reformatting source code.
See :help 'formatprg' and :help 'equalprg'. I'd suggest 'formatprg' for heavy-duty formatting like adding whitespace within lines or moving text between lines, and 'equalprg' for more lightweight indentation stuff.
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