esformatter only format the output to the stdout. This tool will overwrite your files. Use it under your own risk.
npm i -g esbeautifier
Usage: esbeautifier [options] glob [glob1] [glob2]..[globN] Options: -k, --check-only Will just run the beautifier and report which files need to be beautified -i, --cache-id String An identifier for the cache file to create. This is only needed if you want to run this task in parallel otherwise the next execution might get confusing results for reusing the same cache file. -u, --use-cache If true, this module will remember the `mtime` and `size` of the beatufied files and only operate on the ones that changed. If false, the cache will be destroyed. Cache will only be kept between executions with the useCache flag set to true. - default: true -h, --help Show this help -v, --version Outputs the version number -q, --quiet Show only the summary info - default: false --colored-output Use colored output in logs -c, --config String Path to your `esformatter` config, if not provided will try to use the `.esformatter` file in your current working directory, if not found will use the one provided with this package
# this will overwrite your files! this is usually what you want thoughtesbeautifier src/**/*.js specs/**/*.js# check only which files need beautification# if at least one file require beautification the command will throw an exceptionesbeautifier src/**/*.js -k# skip the cache. It will be created the next execution without this flagesbeautifier --use-cache=false src/**/*.js
The cache is only kept if the executions of the beautifying command is done without the
--no-use-cache flags. If any execution include this flag the cache will be destroyed and created again from scratch the next execution without it.