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Hi! I don't think Prettier supports this syntax for globs: datasette/static/*[!.min].js Are you sure that works?
Prettier uses https://github.com/mrmlnc/fast-glob, which in turn uses https://github.com/micromatch/micromatch, and the docs for these packages don't mention this syntax. As per the docs, square brackets should work as in regexes (foo-[1-5].js).

Tested it. Apparently, it works as a negated character class in regexes (like [^.min]). I wonder where this syntax comes from. Micromatch doesn't support that:

micromatch(['static/table.js', 'static/n.js'], ['static/*[!.min].js']);
// result: ["static/n.js"] -- brackets are treated like [!.min] in regexes, without negation
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