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       uncrustify - C, C++, C#, D, Java and Pawn source code beautifier


       uncrustify [OPTIONS] [FILES]


       If no input files are specified, the input is read from stdin.
       If reading from stdin, you should specify the language using -l.

       If -F is used or files are specified on the command line, the output filename is PFX + "/"
       + filename + SFX.
       Unless, of course, the options --replace or --no-backup are used.

       When reading from stdin or doing a single file via the '-f' option, the output  is  dumped
       to stdout, unless redirected with -o FILE.

       Errors are always dumped to stderr


   Basic Options:
       -c CFG Use the config file CFG.
              If not specified, uncrustify will use $UNCRUSTIFY_CONFIG or $HOME\.uncrustify.cfg.

       -f FILE
              Process  the  single file FILE, sending output to stdout or the file specified with

       -o FILE
              Redirect output to FILE.
              Use with -f, --update-config, --update-config-with-doc, --universalindent.

       -F FILE
              Read files to process from FILE, one filename per line.
              You can create this file using something like ´find . -name "*.c" > list.txt´.
              This cannot be combined with -f.

       --prefix PFX
              Prepend PFX to the output filename path.
              This cannot be combined with -f, --replace, or --no-backup.

       --suffix SFX
              Append SFX to the output filename.
              The default is '.uncrustify' if neither SFX or PFX are specified.
              This cannot be combined with -f, --replace, or --no-backup.

       --frag Assume the input is a code fragment and the first line is properly indented.

              Replace source files (creates a backup).
              This cannot be combined with -f, --prefix, or --suffix.

              Replace files, no backup. Useful if files are under source control
              This cannot be combined with -f, --prefix, or --suffix.

              Preserve mtime on replaced files.

       -l     Language override: C, CPP, D, CS, JAVA, PAWN, VALA, OC, OC+

       -t     Load a file with types (usually not needed)

       -q     Quiet mode - no output on stderr (-L will override)

   Config/Help Options:
       -h -? --help --usage
              Print this message and exit

              Print the version and exit

              Print out option documentation and exit

              Output a new config file.

              Output a new config file with embedded usage comments.

              Output a config file for Universal Indent GUI.

              Detects the config from a source file. Use with '-f FILE'.  Detection is  currently
              fairly limited.

   Debug Options:
       -p FILE
              Dump debug info to a file

       -L SEV Set the log severity (see log_levels.h)

       -s     Show the log severity in the logs

       --decode FLAG
              Print FLAG as text and exit


       Read a D file from stdin, output to stdout.
              cat foo.d | uncrustify -q -c my.cfg -l d

       Process a file, output to stdout.
              uncrustify -c my.cfg -d foo.d

       Process a source tree, output to a different tree.
              find src -name "*.[ch]" > files.txt
              uncrustify -c my.cfg -F files.txt --prefix out

       Process a source tree in‐place.
              uncrustify -c my.cfg --no-backup $(find src -name "*.[ch]")


       Use  comments containing ' *INDENT-OFF*' and ' *INDENT-ON*' to disable processing of parts
       of the source file.


       Written by Ben Gardner


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       Copyright (C) 2006‐2009 Ben Gardner


       GNU GPL version 2 or later <>

       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO  warranty;  not