Use uncrustify to format the objective-c files under the specified project path
Usage: uncrustify-objc [OPTIONS] PROJECT_PATH
uncrustify-obj is used to format the objective-c files under the specified project path.
For the uncrustify.cfg config file, it will search it recursively from the project directory to its top parent directory. If none, the ~/uncrustify.cfg or ~/.uncrustify/uncrustify.cfg will be assumed to use.
Configure the uncrustify_ignore in the project path to make a path blacklist which matched items will not be formatted. It uses the gitignore file template, more documentation could be found from https://git-scm.com/docs/gitignore.
By default, it will search the ignore file from the project path, if not specify with –ignore-file. Besides, there is a global ignore file located ~/.uncrustify/uncrustify_ignore_global which will be combined to the target ignore spec.
If the project path is under the git version control, passing the –git- only option will make the changed source files to be used as source file list, the ignore files will be omitted because the git-scm already used the gitignore spec.
Highly recommend you to make a shell alias like alias uncrustify-objc =’uncrustify-objc –git-only’.
- -c, --cfg-file CFG_FILE
The CFG config file used to format.
- -i, --ignore-file IGNORE_FILE
The ignore file used to ignore the matching files for formatting.
- -g, --git-only
Format the current git staged and unstaged files only.
- -n, --dry-run
Do not format any files, but show a list of files to be formatted.
- -v, --verbose
Enables verbose mode.
Show this message and exit.
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