STweep is the source code formatter for Structured Text and is available as plugin for IDEs as TwinCAT and Codesys.
Format Structured Text to your standard
Having a consistent code style helps your team to produce high quality code
Keep your code clean and automatically break long lines according to your settings
Align code in columns
Align similar code as assignments, expressions, end of line comments and variable declarations in columns
Manage blank lines
Set your preferent number of blank lines before or after eg. single or multi statements.
Indent your source code with tabs or spaces. STweep supports several indention styles.
Set your spaces
Prefer a space after a comma? STweep helps you to keep your code consistant and sets your horizontal spaces as configured through out your source code
STweep is available as plugin for IDEs as CODESYS, e!Cockpit, ABB Automation Builder and TwinCAT.
Configure your style
Configure a code style based on your preferences. Having a consistent code style through out your projects increases the quality of your code and makes collaboration in a team much easier.
The STweep option editor has an integrated live option preview. This makes it easy to see the affect a settings has on the code style.
Focus on functionality
Don't lose time on keeping your source code clean. With STweep formatter you can keep your source code clean while you focus on on functionality.
Many companies already put their trust in STweep to enhance and maintain a high code quality standard. A grasp of our clients:
STweep makes it so easy to have clean consistent looking code, with all variables and method calls aligned that I don’t even have to think about it anymore!
Neat, well laid out code is easier to read and understand, and makes it easier to share code between collaborators. STweep makes it effortless to do this, leaving me to just write code.
By using STweep, our software engineers can automatically format code in a company standardized format, no time needs to be spent on code formatting. Reviewing of changes in a version control system is much easier with standardized code formatting.