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A new interface for jslint-toolkit using extaspnet.


JSLint.NET is a wrapper for Douglas Crockford's JSLint, the JavaScript code quality tool. It can validate JavaScript anywhere .NET runs.

JSLint for Resharper

Adds highlighting of JSLint validation errors to Resharper in Visual Studio.

gulp-xo - Validate files with XO

Issues regarding rules should be reported on the ESLint issue tracker as it's the actual linter.This option instructs ESLint to try to fix as many issues as possible. The fixes are applied to the gulp stream. The fixed content can be saved to file using gulp.dest (See example/fix.js). Rules that are fixable can be found in ESLint's rules list.

node-linter - [deprecared] Code quality tools collection in one nodejs module

Linter doesn't implement validators - it utilizes free available quality tools. Javascript lang is too flexible and it becomes very hard to work in larger teams, especially if some of members are newbie on javascript. Linter is highly configurable, so if you don't want to use some rules, you can create your own conf file. You can easily add more quality tools.

Nlint - Nlint does full project linting of your static files

Nlint does full project syntax linting. It runs your js/json/css files through linters to find errors that might not reveal themselves in testing. Nlint files define out options for the directory it's in, and each subdirectory following. Each following nlint file adds/overwrites the previous nlint file in the parent directories.

JSHint-Inline - JSHint HTML files or other files that contains script tags. Requires node.js

Sublime Text extension to apply jshint to HTML files or other files containing <script> tags. Just add it to Sublime using WBond's Package Manager.

autolint - Autolint watches your files for jslint-errors

Autolint watches your files for jslint-errors. DRY up your js-files, freeing them of all those linting config comments. Gather all your linting preferences in one place per project. Once running, you can see all errors in all files by pressing ctrl-c in the terminal window. To see errors in a single file, update its mtime by saving or touching it.

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