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clang - Mirror of official clang git repository located at http://llvm

  •    C++

Mirror of official clang git repository located at http://llvm.org/git/clang. Updated every five minutes.

eslint-plugin-node - Additional ESLint's rules for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Note: It recommends a use of the "engines" field of package.json. The "engines" field is used by node/no-unsupported-features/* rules. eslint-plugin-node follows semantic versioning and ESLint's Semantic Versioning Policy.

clang-tools-extra - Mirror of official clang-tools-extra git repository located at http://llvm

  •    C++

Mirror of official clang-tools-extra git repository located at http://llvm.org/git/clang-tools-extra. Updated every five minutes.

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

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"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.




XS-Labs-Style-Guide - XS-Labs Coding Style Guide for C, C++, Objective-C and x86 Assembly

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These are the coding conventions used for all recent XS-Labs projects. Feel free to comment, raise issues, fork and/or adapt this document. XS-Labs' coding conventions make a heavy use of whitespaces. It's not a common habit among coders, who usually prefers compact code.

ios-style - Guidelines for iOS development in use at Spotify

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Our general coding conventions at Spotify are documented on an internal wiki, but specifics for Objective-C and Objective-C++ code in the iOS client are documented here.Copyright (c) 2015-2016 Spotify AB.

coding - 🖥 Our coding manual.

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Our coding manual represents everything we need to know in order to keep a consistent coding style and make collaboration a breeze. See the ./guidelines folder for a collection of language specific coding guidelines.

pretty - ✨ CLI command with sane defaults to simplify CodeSniffer and PHP-CS-Fixer

  •    PHP

A single CLI command with sane defaults to simplify CodeSniffer and PHP-CS-Fixer. PHP CodeSniffer and PHP-CS-Fixer are powerful but using them is not simple. It is not always obvious which tool a project uses and whether there is a configuration file to use or whether you need to provide options to the CLI command.


Betty - Holberton-style C code checker written in Perl

  •    Perl

Please visit the Betty Wiki for the full specifications of Betty coding and documentation styles. You'll also find some references and some tools for common text editors such as Emacs and Atom.

CodingStandard - [READ-ONLY] 30+ Coding Standard checkers for PHP projects with focus on Clean Architecture

  •    PHP

Set of PHP_CodeSniffer Sniffs and PHP-CS-Fixer Fixers used by Symplify projects. They run best with EasyCodingStandard.

awesome-ci - Awesome Continuous Integration - Lot's of tools for git, file and static source code analysis

  •    Shell

Continuous Integration command line tools for git repositories, file characteristics, syntax errors and static source code analysis. Awesome-CI is capable of finding various problems in your code repository as well as fixing them automatically.

Codor - Custom PHPCS sniffs to find Code Smells

  •    PHP

👃 💩 Custom PHP Code Sniffer sniffs to help find Code Smells (Odor). This package is a set of custom Sniffs for the PHP Code Sniffer that you can use in your CI build to ensure the ingegrity of your code base.

fprettify - auto-formatter for modern fortran source code

  •    Python

fprettify is an auto-formatter for modern Fortran code that imposes strict whitespace formatting, written in Python. For local installation, use --user option.

phpcs-psr4-sniff - [READ-ONLY] PHP_CodeSniffer sniff that checks class name matches PSR-4 project structure

  •    PHP

A custom PHP Code Sniffer sniff to help to find classes that is not compliant with PSR-4 Autoloader. Please visit ./tests/demo, if you would like to try this sniff.






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