1 unstable release
|0.1.0||Jan 2, 2023|
#8 in #turtle
turtlefmt is an auto formatter for RDF Turtle under Apache 2 license.
It is currently distributed on:
Build from source requires NodeJS 6.0+ to be available in your
To use it:
It is also possible to check if formatting of a given file is valid according to the formatter using:
turtlefmt --check MY_TURTLE_FILE.ttl
If the formatting is not valid, a patch to properly format the file is written to the standard output.
It is also possible to check a complete directory (and its subdirectories):
turtlefmt is in development and its output format is not stable yet.
@prefix ex: <http://example.com/> . # Prefix @prefix xsd: <http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#> . # Some facts <s> a ex:Foo ; <p> "foo"@en , ( +01 +1.0 1.0e0 ) . # Foo # An anonymous blank node [ ex:p ex:o , ex:o2 ; ex:p2 ex:o3 ] ex:p3 true . # Bar
For now, it:
- Validates that the file is valid.
- Maintains consistent indentation and line jumps.
- Normalises string and IRI escapes to reduce their number as much as possible.
- Enforces the use of
- Uses literals short notation for booleans, integers, decimals and doubles when it keeps the lexical representation unchanged.
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