Taken straight from Damian's book:
-l=78 # max line width is 78 columns
-i=4 # indent level is 4 columns
-ci=4 # continuation indent is 4 columns
-st # output to STDOUT
-se # errors to STDERR
-vt=2 # maximal vertical tightness
-cti=0 # no extra indentation for closing brackets
-pt=1 # medium parenthesis tightness
-bt=1 # medium brace tightness
-sbt=1 # medium square bracket tightness
-bbt=1 # medium block brace tightness
-nsfs # no space before semicolons
-nolq # don't outdent long quoted strings
-wbb="% + - * / x != == >= <= =~ < > | & >= < = **= += *= &= <<= &&= -
/= |= >>= ||= .= %= ^= x="
# break before all operators
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