Sublime FixMyJS is a plugin to automatically correct JS linting issues
The latest release of
sublime-fixmyjs adds support for reusing styling rules from an existing JSHint configuration file, with special thanks to @nikopavlica. We've also bumped our dependencies to the latest version of
fixmyjs, bringing additional stability fixes to the package.
Custom JSHint configuration support
Let's say you have some JSHint config locally defined in a
Sublime FixMyJS will now use information defined in your JSHint user config during autofixing:
Rather than just using our default set of styling rules when applying fixes. Woot!