sonarlint-atom - SonarLint for

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SonarLint is an Atom extension that provides on-the-fly feedback to developers on new bugs and quality issues injected into JavaScript, TypeScript, PHP and Python code. Simply open a JS, TS, PHP or Python file within a project, start coding, and you will start seeing issues reported by SonarLint. Issues are highlighted in your code, and also listed in the 'Diagnostics' or 'Linter' panel. Note that only files within a project are analyzed.


atom-languageclient : ^0.9.2
atom-linter : ^10.0.0
etch : ^0.9.3
expand-home-dir : 0.0.3
find-java-home : ^0.2.0
path-exists : ^3.0.0
atom-package-deps : ^4.6.1



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