haskell source code formatter
I use Brittany and prefer it to Ormolu, because it aligns more things and it break lines that are too long automatically. I have recently tried to figure out how I could implement a solution to https://github.com/lspitzner/brittany/issues/157, but it is quite hard to figure out which parts of the code would be involved in such a change. And I don't really have enough time to make steady contributions, but I will probably try to make a few contributions sometime.
Manipulating Haskell source: abstract syntax, lexer, parser, and pretty-printer
Hindent relies on haskell-src-exts which hasn't been updated for more than a year, so I end up using my own fork of both while my PR is pending. I've also made a number of changes to my Hindent fork to my preferences. Fortunately stack makes it easy to use particular git commits for packages.
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Haskell pretty printer
In the long run, though, I expect Fourmolu (not Ormolu) will end up becoming the norm, because, really, two-space indents are not going to work for everyone. One of the things I like about hindent (that I did myself) is that it discovers default language extensions from the .cabal file, so you don't need to specify those yourself. I might see if I can get that code into Fourmolu.
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