An Emacs (26+) Flymake handler for bash/sh scripts, using ShellCheck. Installing Flymake is not necessary as it is included in Emacs itself.
First, make sure ShellCheck is installed by following the installation guide. After that, you can install
flymake-shellcheck by using the
package-install command (make sure MELPA is included in your package sources):
Alternatively, you can just add
flymake-shellcheck.el to your
To enable the Flymake backend whenever a bash or sh script is visited, add the following to your
(add-hook 'sh-mode-hook 'flymake-shellcheck-load)
If you're using
use-package, try this instead:
(use-package flymake-shellcheck :commands flymake-shellcheck-load :init (add-hook 'sh-mode-hook 'flymake-shellcheck-load))
After opening a shell/sh file, remember to enable Flymake:
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