When prettier tells me to take one line with a whole object and put every property on a new line, I want a key to autofix that. I know prettier has things that can be auto-fixed, but I have no idea how to trigger it with ALE (or prettier).

(note: I'm programming in JS. An object would be something like { prop1: 1, prop2: 2 })

  • Maybe try :h ale-fix? (I've never use ale but a glance at the front page of the github site says you can trigger per-buffer fixing. Individual lines may need to be specified in config, though.) – B Layer Jul 3 '19 at 21:35
  • RTFM eh? Well.... it worked! Thanks for the help! – Jason McCarrell Jul 5 '19 at 0:48
  • Well, you're advice was good, but actually the command I found does the whole file not one line. – Jason McCarrell Jul 5 '19 at 0:50
  • I'll probably have to do some vim scripting to accomplish this. I'm busy right now, so I'll have to come back to it. (FYI :ALEFix prettier fixed the whole file, which is a step in the right direction) – Jason McCarrell Jul 5 '19 at 0:52
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    I guess it is a bit RTFM-ish. ;) Glad it helped anyways. The part that suggested to me that ale-fix could be controlled with line granularity is this from the fourth paragraph of that help section: Each function for fixing errors must accept either one argument (buffer) or two arguments (buffer, lines), representing the buffer being fixed and the lines to fix. .. but I may be misreading things. If you have a followup question (esp. involving vimscript) feel free to ask here. – B Layer Jul 8 '19 at 11:25

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