Would it make sense to look for .jshintignore in the home path if not defined in the project directory? Similar to a .gitignore file?
Note: I am new to the tests here so let me know if mine needs revision.
Add failing test
Add feature to look for default .jshintignore in $HOME
Use fs.existsSync if path.existsSync is deprecated
Merge pull request #82 from uipoet/master
Add sublime-jshint editor link to README
There was a typo in the config.json example. closes #70
I don't see any issue with having this behaviour as well (in my opinion). Let's add it!
Although, one thing: It looks like (with your implementation), if there is a project/.jshintignore file, then the ~/.jshintignore file is ignored completely, whereas with .jshintrc files, they will get merged together (with the project specific config taking precedence). Perhaps (for consistency) the behaviour should be the exact same?
Update version and changelog for v0.5.9 release.
Agreed. I'll update accordingly. Thanks!
Merge branch 'default-ignore-file' of github.com:johnmdonahue/node-js…
…hint into default-ignore-file
replace failing test for jshintignore merging
add default/project jshintignore merge functionality
Hey. not sure what the hell I just did here. Should I close this a create a new clean pull request.
I just posted a cleaned up pull request here. Apologies for the git bomb. ;)