On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 03:43:04PM +0000, Daniel Cassidy wrote:
> 2009/1/13 <dom@...>
> > On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 04:59:14PM +0000, Daniel Cassidy wrote:
> > > 2009/1/9 M. Lorton <mlorton@... <mlorton%40yahoo.com>>
> > > Take a look at JSLint4Java, which embeds JSLint and does what you want,
> > as
> > > well as being usable as an Ant task.
> > jslint4java works, but it is in need of an update to the latest jslint.
> > Unfortunately I've left it in a bit of a state. I'm hoping to get to
> > working on it soon…
> Just copying a newer JSLint into the jar works for me.
Yes, it will do. I haven't advertised that though. :)
The only thing is that you won't get access to the new options and so
on (via Java). Which is not _that_ big a deal. I would like to provide
a proper API for doing this however.
> If you're not finding time to work on jslint4java, would you be interested
> if I offered a hand? I have been using it quite extensively and find it very
> useful -- you may recognise me, I am djcsdy on Google Code.
Feel free to chip in. Probably the best way is to use github though.
I've moved stuff there as it's far easier to fork off a copy of your own
and work on it. Sorry, I've been truly bitten by the git bug :)