grunt-jscs - Grunt task for JSCS

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Task for checking JavaScript Code Style with jscs. Run this task with the grunt jscs command.

https://github.com/jscs-dev/grunt-jscs

Dependencies:

hooker : ~0.2.3
jscs : ~3.0.5
lodash : ~4.6.1
vow : ~0.4.1

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