Questions tagged [pretty-print]

is the application of styles to source code and markup text content for printing purposes. Styles may be as simple as line wrapping to complex layouts, indentations, coloring, fonts, and syntax highlighting.

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Like JavaScript prettier but for Elisp

(N00b question.) Is there command/package/snippet to format elisp code (like in my init file) in a standard(-ish) way, like what Prettier does for JavaScript? I'm not only concerned about ...
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To `pp` or not to `pp`?

The pp package is great for pretty-printing Emacs Lisp forms, but can be excruciatingly slow for "large" forms. Is there a general rule-of-thumb for determining whether we should pp a form or not? E....
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How to pretty print Scheme code in Emacs?

I would like to format Scheme code inside Emacs, I'm developing Scheme interpreter and my formatter don't work quite right, so while I'm working on syntax-rules macro I would like to pretty print the ...
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How to set ps-end-cut-regexp

I often use ps-print-buffer to print out files, but I don't want the first few lines of the buffer to be printed. Here's the beginning of the buffer: # -*- mode: org; -*- # Last updated: <2017/12/...