Python Formatter

Open-source Python projects categorized as Formatter

Top 21 Python Formatter Projects

  • black

    The uncompromising Python code formatter

    Project mention: 10 Hidden AI Tools Every Developer Should Know About | dev.to | 2024-06-19

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  • yapf

    A formatter for Python files

    Project mention: Enhance Your Project Quality with These Top Python Libraries | dev.to | 2024-03-18

    YAPF (Yet Another Python Formatter): YAPF takes a different approach in that it’s based off of ‘clang-format’, a popular formatter for C++ code. YAPF reformats Python code so that it conforms to the style guide and looks good.

  • isort

    A Python utility / library to sort imports.

    Project mention: Enhance Your Project Quality with These Top Python Libraries | dev.to | 2024-03-18

    isort: This library sorts your imports alphabetically, and automatically separates them into sections and by type. It provides a cleaner and more organised way to manage project imports.

  • autopep8

    A tool that automatically formats Python code to conform to the PEP 8 style guide.

    Project mention: Enhance Your Project Quality with These Top Python Libraries | dev.to | 2024-03-18

    AutoPEP8: This tool automatically formats Python code to conform to the PEP 8 style guide. It uses pycodestyle, a library that encapsulates the functionality of the original pep8 tool.

  • best-of-python-dev

    🏆 A ranked list of awesome python developer tools and libraries. Updated weekly.

  • autoflake

    Removes unused imports and unused variables as reported by pyflakes

    Project mention: Embracing Modern Python for Web Development | dev.to | 2023-12-08

    Ruff is not only much faster, but it is also very convenient to have an all-in-one solution that replaces multiple other widely used tools: Flake8 (linter), isort (imports sorting), Black (code formatter), autoflake, many Flake8 plugins and more. And it has drop-in parity with these tools, so it is really straightforward to migrate from them to Ruff.

  • docformatter

    Formats docstrings to follow PEP 257

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  • blue

    The slightly less uncompromising Python code formatter.

  • mdformat

    CommonMark compliant Markdown formatter

    Project mention: Formatting on save not working | /r/HelixEditor | 2023-07-05

    [[language]] name = "python" roots = ["pyproject.toml"] formatter = { command = "black", args = ["--quiet", "-"] } language-server = { command = "pyright-langserver", args = ["--stdio"] } config = {} auto-format = true [[language]] name = "rust" auto-format = true # [[language]] # name = "typescript" # auto-format = true # formatter = { command = "prettier", args = ["--parser", "typescript"]} # # pass format options according to https://github.com/typescript-language-server/typescript-language-server#workspacedidchangeconfiguration omitting the "[language].format." prefix. # config = { format = { "semicolons" = "insert", "insertSpaceBeforeFunctionParenthesis" = true } } [[language]] name = "tsx" formatter = { command = 'prettier', args = ["--parser", "typescript"] } auto-format = true [[language]] name = "javascript" auto-format = true formatter = { command = 'npx', args = ["prettier", "--config", ".prettierrc", "--parser", "javascript"] } # formatter = { command = "prettier", args = ["--parser", "javascript"]} [[language]] name = "css" formatter = { command = 'prettier', args = ["--parser", "css"] } [[language]] name = "markdown" # https://github.com/executablebooks/mdformat formatter = { command = "mdformat", args = ["-"] } [[language]] name = "json" formatter = { command = "prettier", args = ["--parser", "json"] } [[language]] name = "toml" auto-format = true # https://github.com/bd82/toml-tools/tree/master/packages/prettier-plugin-toml formatter = { command = "prettier", args = ["--parser", "toml"] } [[language]] name = "yaml" indent = { tab-width = 2, unit = " " } formatter = { command = "prettier", args = ["--parser", "yaml"] } [[language]] name = "astro" scope = "source.astro" injection-regex = "astro" file-types = ["astro"] roots = ["package.json", "astro.config.mjs"] language-server = { command = "astro-ls", args = ["--stdio"] } config = { "typescript" = { serverPath = "/Users/matteostara/.nvm/versions/node/v18.16.0/bin/typescript-language-server" }, "environment" = "node" }

  • lancer

    Turn your python code into a hideous mess. Ever heard of Black? This is the opposite.

  • unimport

    :rocket: The ultimate linter and formatter for removing unused import statements in your code. (by hakancelikdev)

  • ufmt

    Safe, atomic formatting with black and µsort

  • lambdex

    Write complicated anonymous functions beyond lambdas in Python.

  • pre-commit-hook-yamlfmt

    YAML formatter for http://pre-commit.com

  • beancount-black

    Opinionated code formatter, just like Python's black code formatter but for Beancount

    Project mention: Custom Beancount form web app for inputting similar entries easily plus utils cli tool | /r/plaintextaccounting | 2023-10-24

    The cli tool also comes with the beancount-black formatter as a subcommand. Hope you find it useful.

  • promformat

    PromQL formatter

  • jsonfmt

    A CLI tool for pretty printing, querying and format conversion JSON documents.

  • eng

    Translate British English into American English in text files and Python code

  • astypes

    Python library to infer types for AST nodes. Make the most powerful Python linters and formatters!

  • insta-data-styled

    A program to format your Instagram's "messages.json" into a beautiful and readable web format.

  • thrift-fmt

    thrift formatter tool in python, keep and align comment, patch required and list sep

  • SaaSHub

    SaaSHub - Software Alternatives and Reviews. SaaSHub helps you find the best software and product alternatives

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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Index

What are some of the best open-source Formatter projects in Python? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 black 37,700
2 yapf 13,679
3 isort 6,355
4 autopep8 4,534
5 best-of-python-dev 946
6 autoflake 869
7 docformatter 519
8 blue 387
9 mdformat 369
10 lancer 253
11 unimport 239
12 ufmt 93
13 lambdex 79
14 pre-commit-hook-yamlfmt 55
15 beancount-black 36
16 promformat 32
17 jsonfmt 11
18 eng 7
19 astypes 6
20 insta-data-styled 4
21 thrift-fmt 2

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