This is a small CLI tool that dumps all of Prettier’s default configuration options to a file in the format of your choice.
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README.md

prettier-default-config

This is a small CLI tool that dumps all of Prettier’s default configuration options to a file in the format of your choice.

Installation

npm install -g prettier-default-config

Usage

USAGE
    prettier-default-config [OPTIONS]

OPTIONS:
    --format <FORMAT> The config file format to generate.
                      <json|yaml|toml|js|package.json>
                      default: json

    --stdout          Write config to STDOUT rather than to a file

    --help            Prints help information

Exclusions

The config file formats that Prettier uses are not able to represent all of Prettier’s default values. For instance, JSON can’t represent Infinity, and no format except actual JavaScript can represent undefined. As a result, depending on the chosen format, some configuration options may be excluded. The current list of exclusions is as follows:

Format Excluded Options
JSON rangeEnd , filepath, parser
TOML rangeEnd
YAML filepath

License

MIT