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clang-format files recursively
#!/bin/bash
# Variable that will hold the name of the clang-format command
FMT=""
# Some distros just call it clang-format. Others (e.g. Ubuntu) are insistent
# that the version number be part of the command. We prefer clang-format if
# that's present, otherwise we work backwards from highest version to lowest
# version.
for clangfmt in clang-format{,-{4,3}.{9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,0}}; do
if which "$clangfmt" &>/dev/null; then
FMT="$clangfmt"
break
fi
done
# Check if we found a working clang-format
if [ -z "$FMT" ]; then
echo "failed to find clang-format"
exit 1
fi
function format() {
for f in $(find $@ -name '*.h' -or -name '*.m' -or -name '*.mm' -or -name '*.c' -or -name '*.cpp'); do
echo "format ${f}";
${FMT} -i ${f};
done
echo "~~~ $@ Done ~~~";
}
# Check all of the arguments first to make sure they're all directories
for dir in "$@"; do
if [ ! -d "${dir}" ]; then
echo "${dir} is not a directory";
else
format ${dir};
fi
done
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