Opens this help file.
Edit Lint Validation settings allows you to customize what jslint considers when checking your script. The format and meaning of the options are straightforward and well documented within the settings file itself.
However, if you would like base62 encoding, just set the Variable
truein the Advanced pane of the TextMate preferences or in your TextMate Project variables (Refer to section 9.2 of the TextMate Help manual for more information on shell variables).
TM_JST_YCHARshell variable with the value set to the character set you're using, like
iso8859. Similarly, you can set the
falseto get non-essential semi-colons removed. Other available variables are
TM_JST_YOPTIwhich control line breaks, obfuscation and micro optimizations, respectively. The
TM_JST_YLNBKvalue is the column where you want to insert line breaks, like
0is a special value that will insert a line break after each semi-colon. Setting the value of
falsedisables the obfuscation of local symbols; likewise setting
falsedisables all of the YUI! Compressor built-in micro optimizations. Refer to section 9.2 of the TextMate Help manual for more information on shell variables.