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yamlfmt

An extensible command line tool or library to format yaml files (By Google)
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What is yamlfmt?

It is an extensible command line tool or library to format Yaml files. By default, the tool will recursively find all files that match the glob path **/*.{yaml,yml} extension and attempt to format them with the basic formatter.
yamlfmt is a tool in the Shell Utilities category of a tech stack.
yamlfmt is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to yamlfmt's open source repository on GitHub

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yamlfmt's Features

  • Create a command line yaml formatting tool that is easy to distribute (single binary)
  • Make it simple to extend with new custom formatters
  • Enable alternative use as a library, providing a foundation for users to create a tool that meets specific needs

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