zoe - 🌀 Universal JavaScript Linter and Formatter

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Run zoe in a project to lint and zoe --fix to fix found errors. Running yarn lint or npm run lint will print errors, and running yarn format or npm run format will fix all auto-fixable errors.

https://github.com/jorgegonzalez/zoe

Dependencies:

babel-eslint : ^10.0.1
chalk : ^2.4.1
eslint : ^5.7.0
eslint-config-airbnb : ^17.1.0
eslint-config-prettier : ^3.1.0
eslint-config-zoe : ^1.11.11
eslint-formatter-pretty : ^1.3.0
eslint-plugin-flowtype : ^3.0.0
eslint-plugin-import : ^2.14.0
eslint-plugin-jest : ^21.24.2
eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y : ^6.1.2
eslint-plugin-no-use-extend-native : ^0.3.12
eslint-plugin-prettier : ^3.0.0
eslint-plugin-promise : ^4.0.1
eslint-plugin-react : ^7.11.1
eslint-plugin-typescript : ^0.12.0
eslint-plugin-unicorn : ^6.0.1
execa : ^1.0.0
globby : ^8.0.1
inquirer : ^6.2.0
lodash : ^4.17.11
meow : ^5.0.0
ora : ^3.0.0
prettier : ^1.14.3
read-pkg : ^4.0.1
read-pkg-up : ^4.0.0
tomlrc : ^0.1.4
typescript-eslint-parser : ^20.0.0
update-notifier : ^2.5.0
v8-compile-cache : ^2.0.2
which-pm : ^1.1.0
write-pkg : ^3.2.0

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