It's configurable. Each individual warning can be turned on or off, and warnings can be overridden for individual lines of code. This is essential for cases where potentially dangerous behavior is being deliberately used carefully.
If you want
style, see http://github.com/davepacheco/jsstyle.
# make install ... # build/install/jsl usage: jsl [options] [files] options: -h, --help show this help message and exit --conf=CONF set the conf file --profile turn on hotshot profiling --recurse recursively search directories on the command line --enable-wildcards resolve wildcards in the command line --dump dump this script --unittest run the python unittests --quiet minimal output --verbose verbose output --nologo suppress version information --nofilelisting suppress file names --nosummary suppress lint summary --help:conf display the default configuration file
You can define a configuration file for jsl to enable or disable particular warnings and to define global objects (like "window"). See the --help:conf option.
This branch of JSL has been tested on:
- SmartOS (Illumos-based) with Python 2.6.
- Mac OS X >=10.6 with Python 2.6. I.e. does
which python2.6return something?
- SmartOS (illumos-based), both 32-bit and 64-bit.
- Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion.
- Debian Squeeze (6.0.5).
This version forked from the Subversion repo at revision 302 (2011-04-06). I'll happily look at incorporating new patches from upstream, though the project has been pretty quiet for the last many months.
The main purpose of this fork is to fix building on
Illumos-based systems. Rather than fix the complex spidermonkey build system to work on Illumos, I stripped out a bunch of unnecessary pieces and Makefiles and wrote a new set of Makefiles. The result now builds on Mac OSX as well, and should build on Linux with minimal changes to the Makefile.