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       clang-apply-replacements - manual page for clang-apply-replacements 15


       USAGE: clang-apply-replacements [options] <Search Root Directory>


       Formatting Options:

       --format                   - Enable formatting of code changed by applying replacements.
              Use -style to choose formatting style.

       --style=<string>           - Set coding style. <string> can be:
              1. A preset: LLVM, GNU, Google, Chromium, Microsoft,

       Mozilla, WebKit.
              2. 'file' to load style configuration from a

       .clang-format file in one of the parent directories
              of the source file (for stdin, see --assume-filename).  If no .clang-format file is
              found, falls back to --fallback-style.  --style=file is the default.

       3. 'file:<format_file_path>' to explicitly specify
              the configuration file.

       4. "{key: value, ...}" to set specific parameters, e.g.:
              --style="{BasedOnStyle: llvm, IndentWidth: 8}"

       --style-config=<string>    - Path to a directory containing a .clang-format file
              describing a formatting style to use for formatting code when -style=file.

       Generic Options:

       --help                     - Display available options (--help-hidden for more)

       --help-list                - Display list of  available  options  (--help-list-hidden  for

       --version                  - Display the version of this program

       Replacement Options:

       --ignore-insert-conflict   - Ignore insert conflict and keep running to fix.

       --remove-change-desc-files - Remove the change description files regardless of successful