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atom-editorconfig - Helps developers maintain consistent coding styles between different editors


EditorConfig helps developers maintain consistent coding styles between different editors.See the EditorConfig documentation for a detailed description of the .editorconfig file format.




elements-of-python-style - Goes beyond PEP8 to discuss what makes Python code feel great


This document goes beyond PEP8 to cover the core of what I think of as great Python style. It is opinionated, but not too opinionated. It goes beyond mere issues of syntax and module layout, and into areas of paradigm, organization, and architecture. I hope it can be a kind of condensed "Strunk & White" for Python code. ... but, be flexible on naming and line length.

elm-format - elm-format formats Elm source code according to a standard set of rules based on the official Elm Style Guide


elm-format is still in alpha. If you run into any problems, please report them. The format produced by elm-format may change significantly before the 1.0.0 release. If this will cause problems for you, please refrain from using elm-format during the alpha- and beta-test periods.


scalastyle - scalastyle


Scalastyle examines your Scala code and indicates potential problems with it.

coding-style - :last_quarter_moon_with_face: My rules coding for HTML, CSS and JavaScript development


"Every line of code should appear to be written by a single person, no matter the number of contributors." - Chinese Proverb. The following document describes the rules of writing in development languages that I use: HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

fashion-show - Build consistent and versioned styleguides by including and running consistent lint files across projects


Build consistent and versioned styleguides by including and running consistent lint files across projects.Your styleguide should be verisoned and consistent across all of your projects. This means that you should only have ONE .jshintrc and/or .jscsrc file anywhere. But how can this be accomplished easily? By making your own styleguide using fashion-show.

standard-react - JavaScript Standard Style for React Users


This package (standard-react) is DEPRECATED. Supporting standard already takes a ton of time. Supporting a fork isn't worth the effort, especially since this gets less than 200 downloads per month, half of which are probably bots. There are only a handful of extra rules this package provides anyway...v3.0.0 will be the last version of this package. It corresponds to the v8.0.0 release of standard.