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White Space Nine (abbreviated: ws9) is an attempt to solve, once and for all, the annoying problems of indentation and line endings in text files.

It is a Python library with an accompanying command-line interface. It makes stuff easier for developers and for people who have to deal with these problems on a day-to-day basis.

I am going to release this at some point in the not-too-distant future. At the moment, the concentration is on testing and documentation. The library is fully functional, but unfortunately no-one will know how to use it unless I get this documentation written. So that's what I'm doing. When that's done, I will make a proper release.

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commandline cui indentation library python

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