hello! I use clang-format-10 on my ubuntu terminal.
I have to use it with dry-run option because of some reasons.
Anyway when I ran like
clang-format-10 --dry-run </path/to/source/code>
its output looks like
./test.c:425:9: warning: code should be clang-formatted [-Wclang-format-violations] TUESDAY = 333, ^
what I wonder is
code should be clang-formatted statement.
I want to see more specific statement like
Tab should not be used
I mean I want to see which rule is broken not code should be clang-formatted about all of warning code.
Is there any way that I can see more specific sentence?
I guess 9 means rule which is broken, but I cannot check which rule is broken