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Error highlighting in Sublime Text.

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  • 3 2015.10.10.07.11.17
    2 2013.01.19.22.38.15
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Sublime Lint

A framework for inline lint highlighting in the Sublime Text 2 editor.

Supports the following languages:

  • Python - native, moderately-complete lint

NOTE: the following languages may require you to install additional binaries and place them within your PATH (environment variable)

  • C - validation via clang
  • C++ - validation via clang++
  • CoffeeScript - validation via coffee --compile
  • CSS - linting via csslint
  • Go - validation via go build in a temporary folder
  • HAML - checking via haml -c
  • Java - linting via Eclipse command-line eclim
  • JavaScript - linting via JSLint command-line jsl
  • Lua - syntax checking via luac -p
  • NASM - validation via nasm and a temporary file
  • Perl - syntax+deprecation checking via perl -c
  • PHP - syntax checking via php -l
  • Ruby - syntax checking via ruby -wc
  • XML - linting via xmllint

It's incredibly easy to add your own Linter. Take a look at languages/extras.py, languages/python.py, and languages/go.py for some examples.

Installation

Find it in Package Control.