[development] Any script that tries to convert bad code-stylemodules to good one (as code_style.pl suggests?)
Daniel F. Kudwien
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Thu Aug 13 10:35:10 UTC 2009
Yes, there is.
Look into the "scripts" directory of Coder module (http://drupal.org/project/coder), which contains the coder_format script. It is capable of reformatting single files, but can also run recursively on an entire directory (automatically doing backups of original files).
The implemented logic works for 99% of all cases. You should always review the code after reformatting to ensure that nothing went wrong.
The long-term goal of coder_format is to reformat all of Drupal core in one pass without errors. To fix countless of coding-style issues in Drupal core after each code freeze.
I suggest to always use the latest code from Coder HEAD in CVS.
Please note, however, that I didn't find the time to work proper formatting of D7's chained DBTNG methods yet (though I guess that isn't an issue for you).
From: development-bounces at drupal.org [mailto:development-bounces at drupal.org] On Behalf Of Doq Doques
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Subject: [development] Any script that tries to convert bad code-stylemodules to good one (as code_style.pl suggests?)
Is there any available?
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