Why is there no "standard" formatting tool for haskell?

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  • brittany

    haskell source code formatter

    Yeah I couldn't find anything at all which is really unfortunate. You could check out the config source code

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  • rustfmt

    Format Rust code

    I really wish Haskell had something like rustfmt. Pretty much all Rust code follows the same default rustfmt style. rustfmt is also deterministic, so the original formatting has no effect on the new formatting. This makes things very regular and predictable.

  • fourmolu

    A fourk of ormolu that uses four space indentation and allows arbitrary configuration. Don't like it? PRs welcome!

    Thanks for sharing fourmolu! This is awesome!

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