adamsplugins at gmail.com
Fri Mar 10 23:17:38 EST 2006
I believe it's based on the same code, or at least the same set of
rules. It seems pretty configurable though.
I suspect we should just agree to disagree about conditionals and braces though.
On 10/03/06, Eric H. Jung <grimholtz at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Thanks, I'll definitely check it out.
> Hope it's not like David Crockford's JSLint (http://www.jslint.com/lint.html). His tool complains
> about conditionals/loops which don't have braces, even if there's only one nested statement. It
> had other annoyances which I don't remember that ultimately led me to dumping it.
> --- Adam Judson <adamsplugins at gmail.com> wrote:
> > As someone who had my extensions do nothing because of missed quotes.
> > brackets and commas on every third change, this has probably saved me
> > about an hour of looking at source code today alone.
> > For those using a .bat file to assemble in windows:
> > I added this:
> > \dev\jslint\jsl conf \dev\jslint\jsl.default.conf +recurse -process
> > *.js> c:\tmp\jswarnings.txt
> > if %ERRORLEVEL% GTR 0 (
> > call epm c:\tmp\jswarnings.txt
> > echo there were warnings
> > )
> > if %ERRORLEVEL% GTR 1 (
> > echo Errors - aborting
> > cd ..
> > goto :EOF
> > )
> > before I build the jar. (epm is an editor, and \dev\jslint\jsl is the
> > location/exe).
> > Adam
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