Grey, because I didn't like Black or White.
Grey: Black, but brighter, but not as bright as White (arbitrarily–inspired)
Black is an amazing tool for auto–formatting Python code in a style that I don’t really care about, but I like consistency, so I use it in all my projects.
It has one configuration option — to change its default line–length of 88 chars to, say, 120, like I like.
That is exactly what grey does. It invokes $ black --line-length 120 on your behalf.
$ grey myapp.py reformatted myapp.py
$ pipenv install white ✨🍰✨
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