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Someone at my workplace committed non-indented JavaScript I have the VIM plugin autoformat installed and want to run :Autoformat on all .js files in my project directory, how would one do this?

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If your project directory is just a regular directory you could use argdo.

Navigate to the directory in your shell and open vim with vim ./.*. This will open all the files in the directory in vim's argument list. Then you can simply do

:argdo Autoformat <BAR> update

See :help :argdo for more info.

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    You can also populate the arglist via :args. e.g. :args **/*.js. You can also use backticks to execute a command to make this process quicker/better. :args `ag --js -g ''` , :args `find . -type f -name '*.js'` , or :args `git diff --name-only HEAD^..HEAD` – Peter Rincker Jul 10 '17 at 21:10

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