sentinel fmt command formats a policy source to a canonical format.
sentinel fmt [options] FILE ...
This command formats all the specified policy files to a canonical format.
By default, policy files are overwritten in place. This behavior can be
changed with the
-write flag. If a specified FILE is
- then stdin is
read and the output is always written to stdout.
The command-line flags are all optional. The list of available flags are:
-color- Enable or disable colorized output. Enabled by default if running interactively.
-write=true- Write formatted policy to the named source file. If false, output will go to stdout. If multiple files are specified, the output will be concatenated directly.
-check=false- Don't format, only check if formatting is necessary. Files that require formatting are printed, and a non-zero exit code is returned if changes are required.