:lipstick: adds prettier to an existing project with all bells and whistles-including husky and pretty-quick. Have you ever been bothered by all the steps you need to do in a legacy codebase to get prettier all set up? Well now you don't have to.
npm i be-pretty -g
Requires that you have npm/yarn and
npx globally available. be pretty defaults to running npm, but if there is
yarn.lock file it will use
UsageWhen you are in an old codebase which needs to be pretty now, and stay pretty forever and ever execute
be-pretty. An output looks like this:
✔ Installing prettier husky pretty-quick
✔ Copying custom .prettierrc
✔ Adding pretty-quick pre-commit to package.json
✔ Formatting whole repo
Now you should have everything ready to just commit&push.
You may skip formatting step with a flag
Customize .prettierrcby default, be-pretty creates this prettier config.
"arrowParens": "always", // good for typescript/flow when you want to type your function arguments
"singleQuote": true // IMHO better readability
if you want to customize this, just run
be-pretty setDefault -p="/path/to/your/defaultPrettierRc". You can omit the path and if there is a prettierc file in the current working directory it will be used.
be-pretty will use this as default from now on.
Format allif you just want to reformat everything, you can call
be-pretty setDefault sets a .prettierrc file as your default, if ommited
will look for the .prettierrc file in CWD[aliases: d]
be-pretty formatAll formats everything excluding node_modules[aliases: f]
be-pretty run run the series of commands to make a codebase pretty