I have already defined YAHOO and YUI as accepted global variables but
JSLint still warns me that "type is unnecessary" in <script> tags.
I've seen the messages about this warning so I'm not going to repeat that.
My only problem with it is that in the report it clutters the red area
of the display and I would like this area to be completely clean if, for
whatever reason, I want to or have to have that unnecessary attribute in
my code. That would make sure that errors, in contrast with warnings
such as this, can really jump out.
YUI's dependency configurator (even the new YUI3 one), all the examples
and users guides show those type attributes and the HTML validator
complains if I don't put it there.
Thus, I would like to have a YUI mode that has both YAHOO, YUI accepted
as globals and the "type is unnecessary" dropped. JSLint can be
configured to be tolerant of far graver errors, why not this one, and
why not also provide an 'assume' mode to group it along YAHOO and YUI