That wasn’t what I was trying to get at
If you want your code to conform to the SciML style, then you’ll need to tell JuliaFormatter to use that style. Currently, the only way to do that in VS Code is with project-local .JuliaFormatter.toml files – global configuration is not currently a thing (by design).
Thank you for clarifying that, but my question was about the default behaviour.
According to the documentation, even if you do not specify any style, the whitespace in keyword arguments should be present. But, when I use the formatting without specifying any style, the formatter automatically removes the whitespaces.