reindent_PhantomJS: Reindent code using PhantomJS

Description Usage Arguments Value Note Examples

View source: R/prettify_PhantomJS.R

Description

Reindent some code using PhantomJS.

Usage

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reindent_PhantomJS(contents = NA, language = NA, tabSize = NULL)

Arguments

contents

the code to be reindented; there are three possibilities for this argument: NA (default), to use the file currently opened in RStudio; the path to a file; or the code given as a character vector

language

the language of the code, such as "python"; see getPrettifiableLanguages; if the contents are read from a file and language=NA, then the language is guessed from the file extension

tabSize

number of spaces of the indentation (usually 2 or 4); if NULL (the default), there are two possibilities: if the contents are read from the current file in RStudio, then the number of spaces will be the one you use in RStudio; otherwise it is set to 2

Value

The reindented code in a character string.

Note

This function requires the 'phantomjs' command-line utility.

Examples

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library(prettifyAddins)

code <- c(
  'if test == 1:',
  'print "it is one"',
  'else:',
  'print "it is not one"'
)

## Not run: 
cat(reindent_PhantomJS(code, "python"))
## End(Not run)

prettifyAddins documentation built on Jan. 25, 2022, 5:09 p.m.