I've just added an --upgrade option, so there's no need for the makefile
anymore; simply run `node wrapper.js --upgrade` to download the latest
version of JSLint:
I'll revisit option parsing in the next few days.
> The conventions on Unix for "negative" options have always been a
> bit quaint. However, I would guess that you could do something like:
> node wrapper.js --goodparts -nomen example.js (note single minus sign
> on nomen)
I don't like the potential confusion of single vs. double dashes.
Instead, I'll probably go with "--no-<option>" or "--<option>=false"
(the latter would be consistent with something like --predef="...").
> That is an excellent idea. Ideally you should limit how often you
> upgrade to save load on the servers.
I expect --upgrade to be a manual operation, performed by the user every
couple of days/weeks.
> Do please consider the security aspects. [...] It *is* possible to
> that, instead of the module approach.
While I understand and appreciate your concern, I'm not too worried
about this myself. However, I would be very happy to accept patches.