prettier-standard - (✿◠‿◠) Prettier and standard brought together!

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If you're using the npm: npm install --save-dev prettier-standard. It's possible to use 'prettier-standard' with Sublime Text 3.

https://github.com/sheerun/prettier-standard

Dependencies:

@sheerun/eslint-config-standard : ^10.2.1
babel-eslint : >=7.2.3
babel-runtime : ^6.23.0
chalk : ^2.3.0
eslint : ^4.7.2
find-up : ^2.1.0
get-stdin : ^5.0.1
glob : ^7.1.2
ignore : ^3.3.3
indent-string : ^3.1.0
lodash.memoize : ^4.1.2
loglevel-colored-level-prefix : ^1.0.0
messageformat : ^1.0.2
minimist : 1.2.0
prettier : 1.9.x
prettier-eslint : ^8.1.1
rxjs : ^5.4.0

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