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A basic clang-format Rust wrapper.

This allows for formatting a given input using clang-format from the system. By default it uses clang-format binary but this can be changed by setting the CLANG_FORMAT_BINARY environment variable, for example, CLANG_FORMAT_BINARY=clang-format-16

use clang_format::{clang_format_with_style, ClangFormatStyle};

fn main() {
    let input = r#"
        struct Test {
    let output = clang_format_with_style(input, ClangFormatStyle::Mozilla);
    assert_eq!(output.unwrap(), "\nstruct Test\n{};\n");


The test suite can be executed using the tests.sh script.



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