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  • ...levels of indentation. > > http://web.archive.org/web/20121002022418/http://jslint.com/ > > > On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 2:26 PM, Jakob Kruse wrote: > >> ** >> >> >> Actually, prior to the creation of the indent option, jslint only >> supported "one tab" or "four spaces...
    Jakob Kruse Mar 2, 2013
  • Actually, prior to the creation of the indent option, jslint only supported "one tab" or "four spaces" for indentation. Personally I only use spaces because every single tab indented file I have ever seen has at some point gotten some level of space indentation added, and since different users display one tab as a different amount of spaces, it always ends up destroying the...
    Jakob Kruse Mar 1, 2013
  • Might I suggest that you try rewriting your code so that when read, it makes sense. Maybe then JSLint will stop complaining? /Jakob _____ From: Josh Jordan [mailto:therealjoshjordan@^$1] To: jslint_com@^$2 Sent: Tue, 18 Sep 2012 13:41:20 +0200 Subject: [jslint] JSLint, unary +, and array subscripts I expect jslint to accept the following two-line code snippet, but instead it gives...
    Jakob Kruse Sep 18, 2012
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  • This is very compressor specific, is it not? Both comments would be removed (regardless of your choice of snippet) by JSMin and YUI Compressor for instance, but with YUI Compressor you can prevent the removal of any comment by starting it with "/*!". This seems like a much better idea than filling your source files with garbage code, IMHO. /Jakob _____ From: Tom Worster [mailto:fsb...
    Jakob Kruse Aug 8, 2012
  • ...jslint_com@^$3 Emne: SV: [jslint] Re: Bad HTML string? --- In jslint_com@^$4, "Merlin" wrote: > > --- In jslint_com@^$5, "Jakob Kruse" wrote: > > > It appears that JSLint is retaining state from one run to the next. > > In case of internal errors, yes. > > > The...
    Jakob Kruse Feb 3, 2012
  • > It appears that JSLint is retaining state from one run to the next. In case of internal errors, yes. > The web and Widget Tester versions both fail, but not quite in the same way. Actually, they fail in exactly the same way, but the error message given for this error by different JavaScript runtimes differs. Try running the web validation in Chrome for instance, and you will get...
    Jakob Kruse Feb 3, 2012
  • ...vegne af Merlin Sendt: 3. februar 2012 12:50 Til: jslint_com@^$3 Emne: [jslint] Re: Bad HTML string? --- In jslint_com@^$4, "Jakob Kruse" wrote: > If I run the following code (properly indented) through JSLint at jslint.com with all options cleared, it validates...
    Jakob Kruse Feb 3, 2012
  • Hi If I run the following code (properly indented) through JSLint at jslint.com with all options cleared, it validates. If I run the exact same code through JSLint locally, with no options, using jslint.js downloaded today from jslint.com, it errors with “Bad HTML string”. /*jslint sloppy: true */ function quote(s) { return '"' + s + '"'; } Any ideas as to the difference? /Jakob...
    Jakob Kruse Feb 3, 2012
  • ...the all meaning (what relation is used for comparison, and what parts of tuple actually compared). --- In jslint_com@^$4, "Jakob Kruse" wrote: > > Hi > > The formatting problem you outlined had to do with how your code should be distributed over multiple lines...
    Jakob Kruse Jan 23, 2012
  • ...variable and assignment to separate statements, but why to do this if it actually complicates code. --- In jslint_com@^$4, "Jakob Kruse" wrote: > > Good morning, > > Your problem seems to be your insistence on declaring a function inside a function call. This is...
    Jakob Kruse Jan 23, 2012