Stylus Supremacy is a JavaScript library for formatting Stylus files. You may say this is a beautifier for Stylus language.

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Back in the days, there was Stylint, which it helped enforcing writing rules for Stylus language, but it did not provide auto-fix capabilities. Because of that, Stylus users needed to fix those linting errors manually, which it was a time-consuming process. And also, even Stylus language has been developed for years, it lacked of a decent formatter/beautifier tool. Hence, Stylus Supremacy was born.

This software was solely developed by Anantachai Saothong (@ThisIsManta) who was working for Taskworld, as a part of internal software quality improvements. He and the company are not responsible for any complications caused by this piece of software. You must use this software at your own risk under MIT license.

Try it in your browser

You can play around with Stylus Supremacy by editing the code in the gray box, clicking the formatting options below to turn them on or off, and inspecting the output in the black box.

Some formatting options are not showing above because they are not available in this mode. Please see formatting options section for full details.

Command-line usage

First thing first, this script must be installed via NPM.

npm install stylus-supremacy -g

Now, you can run stylus-supremacy command followed by a path to your Stylus file. Normally, the formatted Stylus content will be printed to the output stream (console/terminal).

stylus-supremacy format ./path/to/your/file.styl

In case you want to format many files at a time, you can specify multiple paths, or pass the path in Glob pattern.

stylus-supremacy format ./**/*.styl

The default formatting options will be used, unless you specify your own options explicitly using --options or -p.

stylus-supremacy format ./path/to/your/file.styl
  --options ./path/to/your/options.json

You may redirect the formatted Stylus content to a directory by adding --outDir or -o followed by the path to a directory. This is useful when formatting multiple files.

node stylus-supremacy format ./path/to/your/file.styl
  --outDir ./path/to/output/directory

Alternatively, you may overwrite the original files by specifying --replace or -r parameter.

stylus-supremacy format ./path/to/your/file.styl --replace

In case you want to check whether your file is being formatted correctly, you may specify --compare or -c. If the input file does not comply with the given formatting options, the command will print out the difference and exit with a code of 1. This is useful when running in a CI environment.

stylus-supremacy format ./path/to/your/file.styl --compare
The first mismatched was at line 2.
  Actual: →display none
  Expect: →display: none;
                  ^^^^^^^
Done with 1 error.

Note that --outDir, --replace, and --compare do not work together. You have to choose just one.

Programming usage

Once you have Stylus Supremacy installed via NPM, you simply include it to your JavaScript file by writing require('stylus-supremacy') and call its format function with a string of Stylus content and an object containing formatting options.

const stylusSupremacy = require('stylus-supremacy')

const stylusContent = `
body
  display none
`

const formattingOptions = {
  insertColons: true,
  insertSemicolons: true,
  insertBraces: true
}

const result = stylusSupremacy.format(
  stylusContent, formattingOptions
)

console.log(result)
body {
  display: none;
}

The format function will always return a string of the formatted Stylus content. However, it could throw an exception if there is at least one error parsing the given Stylus content or generating the formatted output.

Formatting options

The below is a JSON containing the default formatting options. The prefix stylusSupremacy. was added since version 2.4, and because of that, passing .vscode/settings.json as an argument of --options is possible, but you can omit them for backward compatibility.

Starting from version 2.11, YAML 1.2 and JSON5 are accepted as formatting option file types. If you wish to use YAML, ensure that the formatting option file has an extension of yml or yaml, otherwise JSON5 will be parsed by default.

{
  "stylusSupremacy.insertColons": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertSemicolons": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertBraces": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertNewLineAroundImports": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertNewLineAroundBlocks": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertNewLineAroundProperties": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertNewLineAroundOthers": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.preserveNewLinesBetweenPropertyValues": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertSpaceBeforeComment": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertSpaceAfterComment": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertSpaceAfterComma": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertSpaceInsideParenthesis": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertParenthesisAfterNegation": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertParenthesisAroundIfCondition": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertNewLineBeforeElse": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.insertLeadingZeroBeforeFraction": true,
  "stylusSupremacy.selectorSeparator": ", ",
  "stylusSupremacy.tabStopChar": "\t",
  "stylusSupremacy.newLineChar": "\n",
  "stylusSupremacy.quoteChar": "'",
  "stylusSupremacy.sortProperties": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.alwaysUseImport": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.alwaysUseNot": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.alwaysUseAtBlock": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.alwaysUseExtends": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.alwaysUseNoneOverZero": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.alwaysUseZeroWithoutUnit": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.reduceMarginAndPaddingValues": false,
  "stylusSupremacy.ignoreFiles": []
}

insertColons= true: boolean

Insert or remove a colon between a property name and its value.

true
false
.class1 {
  background: red;
}
.class1 {
  background red;
}
true
.class1 {
  background: red;
}
false
.class1 {
  background red;
}

insertSemicolons= true: boolean

Insert or remove a semi-colon after a property value, a variable declaration, a variable assignment and a mixin/function call.

true
false
.class1 {
  background: red;
}
.class1 {
  background: red
}
true
.class1 {
  background: red;
}
false
.class1 {
  background: red
}

insertBraces= true: boolean

Insert or remove a pair of curly braces where they are supposed to be. Note that this option does not affect @block construction, see alwaysUseAtBlock.

true
false
.class1 {
  background: red;
}
.class1
  background: red;
true
.class1 {
  background: red;
}
false
.class1
  background: red;

insertNewLineAroundImports= true: true | false | "root" | "nested"

Insert a new-line around a group of @import/@require(s).

Only apply to imports outside a block when set to "root", or only apply to imports inside a block when set to "nested".

Check the detailed examples below.

insertNewLineAroundBlocks= true: true | false | "root" | "nested"

Insert a new-line around blocks.

Only apply to top-level blocks when set to "root", or only apply to nested blocks when set to "nested".

Check the detailed examples below.

insertNewLineAroundProperties= false: boolean

Insert a new-line around a group of CSS properties.

Unlike insertNewLineAroundBlocks and insertNewLineAroundOthers, this option cannot be set to "root" nor "nested" because CSS properties cannot be placed at the top level.

Check the detailed examples below.

insertNewLineAroundOthers= false: true | false | "root" | "nested"

Insert a new-line around a group of non-properties, non-imports and non-blocks.

Only apply to others outside a block when set to "root", or only apply to others inside a block when set to "nested".

Check the detailed examples below.

DEPRECATED insertNewLineBetweenSelectors= false: boolean

Insert or remove a new-line between selectors.

Please use selectorSeparator option instead.

preserveNewLinesBetweenPropertyValues= false: true | false

Preserve the new-lines between property values instead of flattening the lines. This also adds/keeps the colon after the property name according to Stylus syntax.

true
false
.class1 {
  box-shadow:
    0px 0px 5px black,
    0px 5px 1px 1px blue,
    10px 10px 0px red,
    0px 0px 0px 1px yellow inset;
}
.class1 {
  box-shadow: 0px 0px 5px black, 0px 5px 1px 1px blue, 10px 10px 0px red, 0px 0px 0px 1px yellow inset;
}
true
.class1 {
  box-shadow:
    0px 0px 5px black,
    0px 5px 1px 1px blue,
    10px 10px 0px red,
    0px 0px 0px 1px yellow inset;
}
false
.class1 {
  box-shadow: 0px 0px 5px black, 0px 5px 1px 1px blue, 10px 10px 0px red, 0px 0px 0px 1px yellow inset;
}

insertSpaceBeforeComment= true: boolean

Insert or remove a white-space before a comment.

true
false
.class1 {
  background: red; // comment
}
.class1 {
  background: red;// comment
}
true
.class1 {
  background: red; // comment
}
false
.class1 {
  background: red;// comment
}

insertSpaceAfterComment= true: boolean

Insert or remove a white-space after a comment.

true
false
.class1 {
  background: red; // comment
}
.class1 {
  background: red; //comment
}
true
.class1 {
  background: red; // comment
}
false
.class1 {
  background: red; //comment
}

insertSpaceAfterComma= true: boolean

Insert or remove a white-space after a comma.

true
false
mixin(a, b) {
  margin: a b;
}
mixin(a,b) {
  margin: a b;
}
true
mixin(a, b) {
  margin: a b;
}
false
mixin(a,b) {
  margin: a b;
}

insertSpaceInsideParenthesis= false: boolean

Insert or remove a white-space after an open parenthesis and before a close parenthesis.

true
false
mixin( a, b ) {
  margin: a b;
}
mixin(a, b) {
  margin: a b;
}
true
mixin( a, b ) {
  margin: a b;
}
false
mixin(a, b) {
  margin: a b;
}

insertParenthesisAfterNegation= false: boolean

Insert a pair of parentheses or a white-space after a negation operator. This does nothing if a pair of parentheses is already after the negation operator.

true
false
.class1 {
  top: -(10px);
  left: -(10px);
}
.class1 {
  top: - 10px;
  left: -(10px);
}
true
.class1 {
  top: -(10px);
  left: -(10px);
}
false
.class1 {
  top: - 10px;
  left: -(10px);
}

insertParenthesisAroundIfCondition= true: boolean

Insert a pair of parentheses around if-condition but does not remove the existing pair of parentheses.

true
false
if (a > b) {
  background: red;
}
if a > b {
  background: red;
}
true
if (a > b) {
  background: red;
}
false
if a > b {
  background: red;
}

insertNewLineBeforeElse= false: boolean

Insert or remove a new-line before else keyword.

true
false
if (a > b) {
  background: red;
}
else {
  background: blue;
}
if (a > b) {
  background: red;
} else {
  background: blue;
}
true
if (a > b) {
  background: red;
}
else {
  background: blue;
}
false
if (a > b) {
  background: red;
} else {
  background: blue;
}

insertLeadingZeroBeforeFraction= true: boolean

Insert or remove a zero before a number that between 1 and 0.

true
false
.class1 {
  margin: 0.5px;
}
.class1 {
  margin: .5px;
}
true
.class1 {
  margin: 0.5px;
}
false
.class1 {
  margin: .5px;
}

selectorSeparator= ", ": "," | ", " | ",\n" | "\n"

Represent a separator between selectors.

If the option insertNewLineBetweenSelectors is set to true, then ",\n" or "\n" will be used. Also \r\n may be used in place of \n according to newLineChar option.

","
", "
.class1,.class2 {
  background: red;
}
.class1, .class2 {
  background: red;
}
","
.class1,.class2 {
  background: red;
}
", "
.class1, .class2 {
  background: red;
}
",\n"
"\n"
.class1,
.class2 {
  background: red;
}
.class1
.class2 {
  background: red;
}
",\n"
.class1,
.class2 {
  background: red;
}
"\n"
.class1
.class2 {
  background: red;
}

tabStopChar= "\t": string

Represent an indentation. You may change this to any sequence of white-spaces.

This option is not available in the Visual Studio Code extension.

newLineChar= "\n": "\n" | "\r\n"

Represent a new-line character. You may want to change this to "\r\n" for Microsoft Windows.

This option is not available in the Visual Studio Code extension.

quoteChar= "'": "'" | "\""

Represent a quote character that is used to begin and terminate a string. You must choose either a single-quote or a double-quote.

This replaces the original quote characters with the given one, unless the string contains the given quote character (see font-family in .class2.) However, if the string starts with data:image/svg+xml;utf8,, the given quote character will be used, and the quote characters in the string will be escaped (see background-image in .class2.)

"'"
"\""
.class1 {
  font-family: 'Open Sans';
}

.class2 {
  font-family: "Manta's Nite";
  background-image: url('data:image/svg+xml;utf8,<svg fill="red"></svg>');
}
.class1 {
  font-family: "Open Sans";
}

.class2 {
  font-family: "Manta's Nite";
  background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml;utf8,<svg fill='red'></svg>");
}
"'"
.class1 {
  font-family: 'Open Sans';
}

.class2 {
  font-family: "Manta's Nite";
  background-image: url('data:image/svg+xml;utf8,<svg fill="red"></svg>');
}
"\""
.class1 {
  font-family: "Open Sans";
}

.class2 {
  font-family: "Manta's Nite";
  background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml;utf8,<svg fill='red'></svg>");
}

sortProperties= false: false | "alphabetical" | "grouped" | array<string>

Can be either false for not sorting, "alphabetical" for sorting CSS properties from A to Z, "grouped" for sorting CSS properties according to Stylint and nib -- click here to show the full list of sorted properties, or an array of property names that defines the property order, for example ["color", "background", "display"].

false
"alphabetical"
.class1 {
  background: red;
  display: block;
  color: white;
}
.class1 {
  background: red;
  color: white;
  display: block;
}
false
.class1 {
  background: red;
  display: block;
  color: white;
}
"alphabetical"
.class1 {
  background: red;
  color: white;
  display: block;
}
"grouped"
["color", "background", "display"]
.class1 {
  display: block;
  background: red;
  color: white;
}
.class1 {
  color: white;
  background: red;
  display: block;
}
"grouped"
.class1 {
  display: block;
  background: red;
  color: white;
}
["color", "background", "display"]
.class1 {
  color: white;
  background: red;
  display: block;
}

alwaysUseImport= false: boolean

Replace @require with @import, or do nothing.

true
false
@import './file.styl';
@require './file.styl';
true
@import './file.styl';
false
@require './file.styl';

alwaysUseNot= false: boolean

Replace ! operator with not keyword, or vice versa.

true
false
.class1 {
  if (not condition) {
    background: red;
  }
}
.class1 {
  if (!condition) {
    background: red;
  }
}
true
.class1 {
  if (not condition) {
    background: red;
  }
}
false
.class1 {
  if (!condition) {
    background: red;
  }
}

alwaysUseAtBlock= false: boolean

Replace an increased-indent at-block construction with an explicit one with @block keyword or vice versa.

Note that this option does not incorporate insertBraces option.

true
false
block = @block {
  background: red;
}
block =
  background: red;
true
block = @block {
  background: red;
}
false
block =
  background: red;

alwaysUseExtends= false: boolean

Convert @extend keyword to @extends keyword, or vice versa.

true
false
.class1 {
  background: red;
}

.class2 {
  @extends .class1;
  color: white;
}
.class1 {
  background: red;
}

.class2 {
  @extend .class1;
  color: white;
}
true
.class1 {
  background: red;
}

.class2 {
  @extends .class1;
  color: white;
}
false
.class1 {
  background: red;
}

.class2 {
  @extend .class1;
  color: white;
}

alwaysUseNoneOverZero= false: boolean

Replace 0 (regardless of its unit) with none for border and outline properties, or do nothing.

true
false
.class1 {
  border: none;
}
.class1 {
  border: 0px;
}
true
.class1 {
  border: none;
}
false
.class1 {
  border: 0px;
}

alwaysUseZeroWithoutUnit= false: boolean

Replace 0 (regardless of its unit) with 0 (without units), or do nothing.

true
false
.class1 {
  margin: 0;
}
.class1 {
  margin: 0px;
}
true
.class1 {
  margin: 0;
}
false
.class1 {
  margin: 0px;
}

reduceMarginAndPaddingValues= false: boolean

Reduce margin and padding duplicate values by converting margin x x x x to margin x, margin x y x y to margin x y, and margin x y y y to margin x y y where x, y is a unique property value.

true
false
.class1 {
  margin: 0px;
  padding: 0px 5px;
}
.class1 {
  margin: 0px 0px;
  padding: 0px 5px 0px 5px;
}
true
.class1 {
  margin: 0px;
  padding: 0px 5px;
}
false
.class1 {
  margin: 0px 0px;
  padding: 0px 5px 0px 5px;
}

ignoreFiles= []: array<string>

Do not format the files that match the given Glob patterns.

For example, ignoreFiles: ["bin/**", "src/vendors/**"]

insertNewLineAroundImports, insertNewLineAroundBlocks, insertNewLineAroundProperties and insertNewLineAroundOthers are meant to be configured together. First of all, you have to understand what is what.

An import is a @import or @require statement straightforwardly.

A block is an increased-indent or curly braces construction, such as a CSS block, a mixin declaration, a function declaration, an if-condition, an @block declaration, an @media block, and all kinds of @-rules.

A property is a CSS property, such as display: none; margin-{direction}: 0; -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch;. A group of properties contains one or more properties writing consecutively.

Others (as in insertNewLineAroundOthers) are anything except above mentioned, such as a variable declaration, a mixin call, a for-loop and so on.

Working together, the options can only produce at most one new-line between groups. For example, there will be only one new-line between a property and a block even all options are set to true.

However, there will be no starting and trailing new-lines inside a block to prevent too many wasted space and maintain code coupling.

The followings examples demonstrate the options in action.

insertNewLineAroundImports = true
insertNewLineAroundBlocks = true
insertNewLineAroundProperties = true
insertNewLineAroundOthers = true
// The extra new-lines are added when all options are on.
@import 'first.styl'

.class1 {
  @import 'second.styl'

  $orange = #FFA500;
  $orangeRed = green($orange, 69);

  background: $orangeRed;
  color: white;

  .class2 {
    background: blue;
  }
}

$hotPink = #FF69B4;

.class3 {
  $lavenderBlush = #FFF0F5;

  background: $hotPink;
  color: $lavenderBlush;
}
insertNewLineAroundImports = true
insertNewLineAroundBlocks = true
insertNewLineAroundProperties = false
insertNewLineAroundOthers = false
// The new-lines between property groups and others are gone because some options are off.
@import 'first.styl'

.class1 {
  @import 'second.styl'

  $orange = #FFA500;
  $orangeRed = green($orange, 69);
  background: $orangeRed;
  color: white;

  .class2 {
    background: blue;
  }
}

$hotPink = #FF69B4;

.class3 {
  $lavenderBlush = #FFF0F5;
  background: $hotPink;
  color: $lavenderBlush;
}
insertNewLineAroundImports = false
insertNewLineAroundBlocks = false
insertNewLineAroundProperties = false
insertNewLineAroundOthers = false
// There are no extra new-lines at all because all options are off.
@import 'first.styl'
.class1 {
  @import 'second.styl'
  $orange = #FFA500;
  $orangeRed = green($orange, 69);
  background: $orangeRed;
  color: white;
  .class2 {
    background: blue;
  }
}
$hotPink = #FF69B4;
.class3 {
  $lavenderBlush = #FFF0F5;
  background: $hotPink;
  color: $lavenderBlush;
}
insertNewLineAroundImports = "root"
insertNewLineAroundBlocks = "root"
insertNewLineAroundProperties = false
insertNewLineAroundOthers = "root"
// There are no extra new-lines inside class1 and class3 because the options are set to insert new-lines for top-level only.
@import 'first.styl'

.class1 {
  @import 'second.styl'
  $orange = #FFA500;
  $orangeRed = green($orange, 69);
  background: $orangeRed;
  color: white;
  .class2 {
    background: blue;
  }
}

$hotPink = #FF69B4;

.class3 {
  $lavenderBlush = #FFF0F5;
  background: $hotPink;
  color: $lavenderBlush;
}
insertNewLineAroundImports = "nested"
insertNewLineAroundBlocks = "nested"
insertNewLineAroundProperties = false
insertNewLineAroundOthers = "nested"
// In constrat to the previous example, there are no extra new-lines between class1, $hotPink and class3 because of the options.
@import 'first.styl'
.class1 {
  @import 'second.styl'

  $orange = #FFA500;
  $orangeRed = green($orange, 69);

  background: $orangeRed;
  color: white;

  .class2 {
    background: blue;
  }
}
$hotPink = #FF69B4;
.class3 {
  $lavenderBlush = #FFF0F5;

  background: $hotPink;
  color: $lavenderBlush;
}

Stylint compatibility

If you are using Stylint as a Stylus linter and wanting to use .stylintrc file as formatting options, simply pass the .stylintrc file via --options command-line parameter.

stylus-supremacy format ./path/to/your/file.styl
  --options ./path/to/your/.stylintrc

The below is the default example of .stylintrc file. Note that the content of the file must be in JSON even though it does not have any file extension.

Please visit Stylint npm module for full details about its rules.

{
  "blocks": false,
  "brackets": "never",
  "colons": "always",
  "colors": "always",
  "commaSpace": "always",
  "commentSpace": "always",
  "cssLiteral": "never",
  "customProperties": [],
  "depthLimit": false,
  "duplicates": true,
  "efficient": "always",
  "exclude": [],
  "extendPref": false,
  "globalDupe": false,
  "groupOutputByFile": true,
  "indentPref": false,
  "leadingZero": "never",
  "maxErrors": false,
  "maxWarnings": false,
  "mixed": false,
  "mixins": [],
  "namingConvention": false,
  "namingConventionStrict": false,
  "none": "never",
  "noImportant": true,
  "parenSpace": false,
  "placeholders": "always",
  "prefixVarsWithDollar": "always",
  "quotePref": false,
  "reporterOptions": {
  "columns": ["lineData", "severity", "description", "rule"],
  "columnSplitter": " ",
  "showHeaders": false,
  "truncate": true
  },
  "semicolons": "never",
  "sortOrder": "alphabetical",
  "stackedProperties": "never",
  "trailingWhitespace": "never",
  "universal": false,
  "valid": true,
  "zeroUnits": "never",
  "zIndexNormalize": false
}

Programmatically, starting from Stylus Supremacy version 1.0, the format function does not recognize Stylint rules, but you can convert them to formatting options by calling createFormattingOptionsFromStylint function.

const stylusSupremacy = require('stylus-supremacy')

const stylusContent = `
body
  display none
`

const stylintRules = {
  colons: 'never',
  braces: 'always'
}

const formattingOptions =
stylusSupremacy.createFormattingOptionsFromStylint(stylintRules)

const result = stylusSupremacy.format(
  stylusContent,
  formattingOptions
)

console.log(result)
body {
  display none;
}

Note that "always" in Stylint is equivalent to true; "never" is equivalent to false, otherwise the default formatting options will be used.

Stylint rules Equivalent formatting options
blocksalwaysUseAtBlock
bracketsinsertBraces
colonsinsertColons
colorsNot applicable
commaSpaceinsertSpaceAfterComma
commentSpaceinsertSpaceAfterComment
cssLiteralNot applicable
depthLimitNot applicable
duplicatesNot applicable
efficientreduceMarginAndPaddingValues
excludeignoreFiles
extendPrefalwaysUseExtends
globalDupeNot applicable
groupOutputByFileNot applicable
indentPreftabStopChar
leadingZeroinsertLeadingZeroBeforeFraction
maxErrorsNot applicable
maxWarningsNot applicable
mixedNot applicable
namingConventionNot applicable
namingConventionStrictNot applicable
noImportantNot applicable
nonealwaysUseNoneOverZero
parenSpaceinsertSpaceInsideParenthesis
placeholdersNot applicable
prefixVarsWithDollarNot applicable
quotePrefquoteChar
reporterNot applicable
reporterOptionsNot applicable
semicolonsinsertSemicolons
sortOrdersortProperties, insertNewLineAroundProperties
stackedPropertiesNot applicable
trailingWhitespaceNot applicable
universalNot applicable
validNot applicable
zIndexNormalizeNot applicable
zeroUnitsalwaysUseZeroWithoutUnit

In addition to the table above, starting from Stylus Supremacy version 2.13, the exclusive formatting options can be passed as Stylint rules. The below illustrates how you can pass selectorSeparator, which it does not have an equivalent Stylint rule, as it was one of them. Note that the prefix stylusSupremacy. must be written always.

{
  "blocks": false,
  "brackets": "never",
  "stylusSupremacy.selectorSeparator": ",\n"
}

Visual Studio Code extension

Stylus Supremacy is available in Visual Studio Code as an extension. To install the extension, follow the instructions below or visit Visual Studio Marketplace.

Once you have this extension installed, you can simply open a Stylus file, right click on the document editing space, then choose Format Document command. This also supports Format Section command as well. However, the cursor after using Format Section command might be displaced.

You can find Stylus Supremacy section under Visual Studio Code settings. Note that tabStopChar and newLineChar will be detected automatically based on your current active Stylus file so they are not visible in the settings. Please see formatting options section for full details.

This extension also incorporates the built-in settings: editor.formatOnType and editor.formatOnSave as long as files.autoSave is off.

In case you are using Stylint as a Stylus linter, the extension automatically searches for .stylintrc file starting from the current active file directory up to the root working directory, and merges it with the Visual Studio Code settings. The settings in Visual Studio Code will be used as a base, and overridden by .stylintrc file. Please see Stylint compatibility section for the rule conversion.

Atom package

Thanks to Jessada Trirongkit (@dekdekbaloo), Stylus Supremacy is now available as an Atom package. To install the package, follow the instructions below.

Once you have this package installed on your Atom, you can simply open a Stylus file, right click on the document editing space, then choose Format Stylus command, or press Control+Shift+P on your keyboard and run "Format Stylus" command.

This package only supports reading formatting options from .stylintrc file and in-package Format on Save setting. Please find an example of .stylintrc file in Stylint compatibility section.