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JSHint plugin for Gedit

gedit-jshint is a plugin that allow you to check javascript files with the jshint syntax checker. For more infomation on JSHint, visit jshint.com. It is based on the gedit-jslint plugin by Caolan McMahon (2008) and Kilian Valkhof (2009 - 2011)

INSTALLING:

To install extract the files to: ~/.gnome2/gedit/plugins/

DEPENDENCIES:

It requires rhino and simplejson. On Ubuntu 10.04 and later you can get the packages with the following command: sudo apt-get install rhino python-simplejson

On earlier versions of Ubuntu, and on certain other Linux systems, you might need "spidermonkey" instead of "rhino".

USAGE:

The plugin should then appear in the Gedit plugins list under Edit > Preferences > Plugins.

Click Tools > JSHint Check or press Shift+Ctrl+j to run it.

In the configuration dialog you can edit your globals and your configuration. A default configuration is supplied: /* curly: true, eqeqeq: true, forin: true, undef: true,*/ By default, no globals are defined.

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