stylelint-formatter-pretty - ✨ A pretty Stylelint formatter.

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In iTerm, Cmd+Click the filename header to open the file in your editor.

https://github.com/Dreamseer/stylelint-formatter-pretty

Dependencies:

ansi-escapes : ^3.0.0
chalk : ^2.3.0
log-symbols : ^2.1.0
plur : ^2.1.2
string-width : ^2.1.1

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