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Sublime​Linter-contrib-quick-linter-js

by kaste ST3

SublimeLinter adapter to quick-lint-js

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SublimeLinter-contrib-quick-lint-js

This linter plugin for SublimeLinter provides an interface to quick-lint-js.

Installation

SublimeLinter must be installed in order to use this plugin. Install via Package Control or git clone as usual.

Ensure that quick-lint-js is actually installed somewhere on your system. For example,

$ winget install quick-lint-js

on a command line for Windows or

$ brew install quick-lint-js

on a Mac should do it. Detailed information can be found online.

After installing make sure you can actually run it. E.g.

$ quick-lint-js --version

You don't have to install it globally though, as always put the executable wherever you want and point SublimeLinter to it. For example, in the global settings[1]:

"linters": {
        "quick-lint-js": {
            "executable": "C:\\Users\\honkytonk\\Downloads\\quick-lint-js\\bin\\quick-lint-js.exe"
        },

Since quick-lint-js is very fast and doesn't use much CPU a lower debounce time works great for it. This is also in the global settings[1]:

{
   "delay": 0.0,
   ...

[1] Open the settings with the Command Palette (ctrl+shift+P) searching for Preferences: SublimeLinter Settings (mnemonic: sls).