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       usage: [-h] [-i] [-p NUM] [-regex PATTERN]

       [-iregex PATTERN] [-sort-includes] [-v]
              [-style STYLE] [-fallback-style FALLBACK_STYLE] [-binary BINARY]

       This  script  reads input from a unified diff and reformats all the changed lines. This is
       useful to reformat all the lines touched by a specific patch.  Example usage  for  git/svn

              git  diff  -U0  --no-color  --relative HEAD^ | -p1 -i svn diff
              --diff-cmd=diff -x-U0 | -i

       It should be noted that the filename contained in the diff is used unmodified to determine
       the  source file to update. Users calling this script directly should be careful to ensure
       that the path in the diff is correct relative to the current working directory.

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -i     apply edits to files instead of displaying a diff

       -p NUM strip the smallest prefix containing P slashes

       -regex PATTERN
              custom pattern selecting file paths to reformat (case sensitive, overrides -iregex)

       -iregex PATTERN
              custom pattern selecting file paths to reformat (case  insensitive,  overridden  by

              let clang-format sort include blocks

       -v, --verbose
              be more verbose, ineffective without -i

       -style STYLE
              formatting style to apply (LLVM, GNU, Google, Chromium, Microsoft, Mozilla, WebKit)

       -fallback-style FALLBACK_STYLE
              The  name of the predefined style used as afallback in case clang-format is invoked
              with-style=file, but can not find the .clang-formatfile to use.

       -binary BINARY
              location of binary to use for clang-format