I'm using Tramp to edit files on a remote machine, and when I run
clang-format-buffer, it doesn't actually format the buffer. I get a message
(clang-format: success) in the minibuffer, but the expected changes are not made in the buffer. If I use
clang-format-buffer on a local copy of the file, it formats the file correctly.
What am I missing to get it to operate correctly on the buffer in Emacs using Tramp?