JSHint plugin for Gedit
- Author: Xavier Gendre
This plugin is for Gedit 3 and is not compatible with Gedit 2.
apt-get install nodejs
For easy automatic installation you can install this plugin using the Gedit Plugin Installer or you can do it manually:
Download this repository by clicking the
Download ZIPbutton at the top of the GitHub page or clone it with the following command:
Copy the file
jshint.pluginand the folder
~/.local/share/gedit/plugins/(you will need to create this folder if it does not already exist).
Activate the plugin in the
Gedit Preferences, go to the
Pluginstab and check the box next to
Tools > Check with JSHint or with the accelerator
Ctrl+J. The results are automatically displayed in the bottom panel.
The JSHint plugin for Gedit is a free software and is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. A copy of this license can be found in the file
LICENSE included with the source code of this plugin.
The included JSHint script (found in the subdirectory
jshint/js/) has its own license, namely the MIT Expat License, which can be found in the file
jshint/js/LICENSE included with the source code of this plugin.
The JSHint plugin has been tested with Debian Jessie and Gedit 3.14. It should work without any trouble with any version of Gedit 3. Feel free to report any other working environment.
If you encounter any problem with this software, do not hesitate to report it in a GitHub issue.