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jshintify

Run jshint with your own jshintrc and show errors in status bar.

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  • OS X 4K
  • Linux 2K
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Linux 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

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yet another jshint plugin for sublime

How to install ?

OSX:

  1. install nodejs >= 0.8 brew install nodejs - this will take a while
  2. preferably add /usr/local/share/npm/bin to $PATH
  3. install jshint npm install jshint -g
  4. install jshintify sublime package from git (or just use package control):

    cd $PATH_OF_SUBLIME_PACKAGES (probably somethint like cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/)
    git clone git://github.com/afterdesign/jshintify.git
    
  5. open preferences and check if the paths for node and jshint are correct

  6. set the path to your jshint file

  7. use ctrl+super+j to run manually

  8. use ctrl+shift+j to show list of errors in current line

Windows:

  1. install nodejs >= 0.8
  2. install git
  3. open node.js command prompt and install jshint:

    npm install jshint -g
    
  4. open git Bash prompt and do something similar to (or just use package control):

    cd $PATH_OF_SUBLIME_PACKAGES (probably something like /c/Document\ And\ Settings/YOUR_USER/Application\ Data/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/)
    git clone git://github.com/afterdesign/jshintify.git
    
  5. check jshint_path cause it's set up to jshint.cmd and it may require to find that file and set whole path like:

    C:\\Documents And Settings'\IEUser\\Application Data\\npm\\jshint.cmd
    
  6. set the path to your jshint file

  7. use ctrl+super+j to run manually

  8. use ctrl+shift+j to show list of errors in current line

Linux:

  1. Install nodejs >= 0.8. Preferably with package manager.
  2. install jshint npm install jshint -g
  3. install jshintify sublime package ((or just use package control)):

    cd $PATH_OF_SUBLIME_PACKAGES (probably somethint like cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/)
    git clone git://github.com/afterdesign/jshintify.git
    
  4. open preferences and check if the paths for node and jshint are correct

  5. set the path to your jshint file

  6. use ctrl+super+j to run manually

  7. use ctrl+shift+j to show list of errors in current line

Pure download version:

  1. Download nodejs >= 0.8 binary.
  2. Unpack
  3. Open terminal or whatever you need and go to node-v0.10.12-linux-x64/bin
  4. install jshint ./npm install jshint -g
  5. Configure paths in sublime jshintify plugin.

Default settings:

  1. run_on_load - run jshint right after file is loaded do editor
  2. run_on_save - run jshint after file is saved
  3. error_messages_show_count and error_messages_show_first error_messages_show_count : false show message like:

    (error) : Expected 'for' to have an indentation at 13 instead at 9.
    

    "error_messages_show_count" : true show message like:

    ERRORS : 1 | (error) : Expected 'for' to have an indentation at 13 instead at 9.
    
  4. show_dot - show dot on panel with line number

  5. show_outline - draw outline on line with error

  6. debug - use to get info to post in github issue

{
    "debug" : false,

    "run_on_load" : false,
    "run_on_save" : true,

    "error_messages_show_count" : true,
    "error_messages_show_first" : true,

    "extensions" : [".js"],
    "jshintrc" : "",

    "show_dot" : true,
    "show_outline" : true,

    "paths" : {
        "osx" : {
            "jshint_path" : "/usr/local/bin/jshint",
            "node_path" : "/usr/local/bin/node"
        },
        "windows" : {
            "jshint_path" : "jshint.cmd",
            "node_path" : null
        },
        "linux" : {
            "jshint_path" : "/usr/bin/jshint",
            "node_path" : "/usr/bin/node"
        }
    }
}

Contact

You can follow me on twitter: @afterdesign or find me on coderwall: @afterdesign or find me on g+: +RafałMalinowski

License

Licensed under the MIT license.