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  • We have one also based on pbp. I'm not quite sure how it evolved, but it's almost exactly the same.

    One difference is that we have "!~ >= = | & = **= += *= &= >= ||= //= .= %= ^= x="

    (didn't care to figure out the differences, sorry :-) )

    A few other options we use:

    --maximum-line-length=100 # be slightly more generous
    --warning-output # Show warnings
    --maximum-consecutive-blank-lines=2 # default is 1
    --nohanging-side-comments # troublesome for commented out code

    -isbc # block comments may only be indented if they have some space characters before the #
    -ci=2 # Continuation indent is 2 cols

    # for the up-tight folk :)
    -pt=2 # High parenthesis tightness
    -bt=2 # High brace tightness
    -sbt=2 # High square bracket tightness

      - ask

    -- ask bjoern hansen [], !try; do();