Easily use jslint from the command line. Pass it the JS file you'd like to lint. For example:
Or pass - as the argument to have node-jslint to take the stdin as input. This is useful to concatenate jslint options files with your file and then pipe the result to jslint. For example:
cat good_parts.js node_globals.js foo.js | jslint -
It tolerates shebangs.
curl -L http://github.com/mxcl/homebrew/tarball/master | tar xz --strip 1 -C /usr/local brew install npm
npm install http://github.com/fczuardi/node-jslint/tarball/master
You may also clone this repository then install in your working copy:
npm install .
This package isn't yet in the npm registry. I'm working on it.
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