clang-format is a tool to automatically format C/C++/Objective-C code, so that developers don’t need to worry about style issues during code reviews.
It is highly recommended to format your changed C++ code before opening pull requests, which will save you and the reviewers’ time.
You can install
npm install -g clang-format.
To automatically format a file according to Electron C++ code style, simply run
clang-format -i path/to/electron/file.cc. It should work on macOS/Linux/Windows.
The workflow to format your changed code:
git add your_changed_file.cc.
git-clang-format, and you will probably see modifications in
your_changed_file.cc, these modifications are generated from
git add your_changed_file.cc, and commit your change.
If you want to format the changed code on your latest git commit (HEAD), you can run
git-clang-format HEAD~1. See
git-clang-format -h for more details.
You can also integrate
clang-format directly into your favorite editors. For further guidance on setting up editor integration, see these pages:
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