Re: [jslint] The "continue" vote.
- --- In email@example.com, "sandyhead25" <austin.cheney@...> wrote:
>I believe he was referring to a new program, separate from JSLint, and not JSLint itself.
> JSMin, however does not add semicolons or curly braces. It, instead, preserves line breaks where semicolons should be but are missing. I have attempted to write my own semicolon insertion mechanism and it is so incredibly slow even the code to accomplish this is relatively small. Adding such functionality to JSLint would make JSLint 5-6 times slower at least.
> JSLint should never be allowed to write your code for you. This defeats the purpose of JSLint, which is to display errors and encourage best practices.
Note how he said "JSUnLint" as opposed to "JSLint".