Modifications I've made.
- Here at the US Courts we use YUI for our electronic case management
Although I personally prefer spaces for indentation over tabs, all the
other programmers here prefer tabs, so I changed my copy of the JLint
code to first change tabs to four spaces before processing. A better
change would be to have an option for spaces versus tabs.
Our software is called "CMECF". YUI has the YAHOO object, and I
created the CMECF object, so I added the option to "Assume CMECF object."
I tolerate eval by default because I eval JSON objects. But if others
have found that parseJSON is sufficiently fast, I might change. Views?
Douglas, thank you for a very helpful tool.
- JSLint also replaces tabs with 4 spaces.
I can't recommend use of eval. Instead, try http://www.JSON.org/json2.js