== What does it do?
* Automatically lints both JS and CoffeeScript files when you save. * Invokes Jasmine-based unit tests when you have the test open and hit Ctrl-Opt-J
1. Make sure you have node and npm installed 2. Clone this repostiory into `~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Packages/SublimeNodeTools` 3. cd into the directory and type `npm install` to setup the packages 4. Restart Sublime (if needed)
Everything should work automatically. You can find a menu for most commands under Tools/Node
* Automatically detect when npm packages are not yet setup for package and run `npm install` so the plugin Just Works. * Work with more testing frameworks than just Jasmine. * Make configuring jshint work directly through configuration file