On 9 January 2011 00:46, aceblchboy <aceblchboy@...
> What tools / do you use to quickly fix JS code up to satisfy JSLint's
> warnings and errors?
> I use lintswitch (https://github.com/grahamking/lintswitch) to watch my
code, run jslint in the background, alert me of any errors, and display
warnings on the root window. It's a bash script that wires together inotify,
jslint, and imagemagick for output. Only tested on Ubuntu / Gnome. I'm lucky
enough not to have any legacy JS to maintain, so I fix the errors by hand.
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