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snakefmt: Format a file using a specific maximum line length.
$ snakefmt --line-length ${100} ${path-to-snakefile}
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This command is using the snakefmt tool to format a Snakefile, which is a configuration file used by the Snakemake workflow management system.

Here is an explanation of the various components of the command:

  • snakefmt is the command-line tool that is being executed.
  • --line-length is an option for snakefmt that specifies the desired line length for formatting the code. In this case, it is set to ${100}. The ${100} is likely a placeholder indicating that the line length is being set to 100 characters.
  • ${path-to-snakefile} is a placeholder indicating the path to the Snakefile that needs to be formatted. You need to replace this part of the command with the actual path to the Snakefile you want to format.

Overall, this command is running snakefmt to format a Snakefile, specifying the desired line length of 100 characters. You need to replace ${path-to-snakefile} with the actual path to the Snakefile you want to format.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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