SPUG: tidy in 3 flavors; Perl, HTML, JavaScript

Godfrey . cascadiadude at gmail.com
Thu Oct 5 11:25:41 PDT 2006


For JavaScript I have found that Rhino (Java)
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhino_%28JavaScript_engine%29] as a very
useful tool.  I can be extended to indent and to compress javascript.
It also provides some error checking of the javascript code.


On 10/5/06, Michael R. Wolf <MichaelRWolf at att.net> wrote:
> What are your favorite code formatters?  I've got to do some code
> reformatting, and wanted to know which ones to research deeper.
> When _I_ *write* code, I use emacs' built-in cperl-mode, html-mode, and
> java-mode.   I'm mostly happy with them -- they're right there under my
> finger tips, and they happen automagically.
> But this is a *rewrite* (or reformat) job, and I'm lazy (one of 3 virtues).
> I don't want to fat-finger all the code in emacs.
> What automated (or semi-automated) tools give you the best results?
> Thanks!
> --
> Michael R. Wolf
>     All mammals learn by playing!
>         MichaelRWolf at att.net
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