atom-css-clean - A plugin for Atom which sorts and aligns CSS and SASS

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We all write code a little quickly sometimes. This is a package which offers a helping hand to sort, align and clean your CSS and SASS. If you want 4 spaces and tabs, create a .csscleanrc file in the project root directory.

https://github.com/SeanJM/atom-css-clean

Dependencies:

css-clean : ^1.7.1
eslint : ^3.9.1
lasso-string : ^5.0.0

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