dotnet-fantomas

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3.0.0-beta-004Sep 18, 2019
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3.0.0-beta-003Sep 13, 2019
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3.0.0-beta-002Jul 20, 2019
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3.0.0-beta-001Jul 12, 2019
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2.9.1Nov 20, 2018
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Description

This library aims at formatting F# source files based on a given configuration. Fantomas will ensure correct indentation and consistent spacing between elements in the source files. Some common use cases include (1) Reformatting a code base to conform a universal page width (2) Converting legacy code from verbose syntax to light syntax (3) Formatting auto-generated F# signatures.

FAQs

> Is dotnet-fantomas Deprecated?

It appears there are some versions of dotnet-fantomas that are deprecated.

> What is the deprecation date for the latest version of dotnet-fantomas?

The latest version of dotnet-fantomas was released on Sep 18, 2019, and it is now deprecated.

> What does deprecated mean?

Deprecated means that the package was either marked as deprecated on the package registry, or that the source code repository for the package was archived.