Atom linter plugin for JavaScript, using JavaScript Standard Style
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linter-js-standard

js-standard-style

This plugin for Linter provides an interface for error/warning messages from standard, semistandard or happiness.

demo

Installation

Linter package must be installed in order to use this plugin. If Linter is not installed, please follow the instructions here.

Plugin installation

$ apm install linter-js-standard

Features

  • Support standard, semistandard and happiness styles.
  • Support ignore glob patterns in package.json.
  • Support custom parsers in package.json.
  • Support global variables in package.json (supported by standard and semistandard)
  • Support fenced code lint in markdown files

Custom parsers currently supported:

  • esprima
  • esprima-fb
  • babel-eslint

Note: If a custom parser is missing from this list please make a PR by adding the missing parser to package.json dependencies.

Settings

checkStyleDevDependencies (default: false)

Check code style in package.json devDependencies or dependencies. If a valid style is not found it won't lint.

Note: This will use the nearest package.json.

honorStyleSettings (default: true)

Honors style settings defined in package.json.

Current style settings supported:

  • ignore
  • parser

Note: This will use the nearest package.json.

style (default: standard)

Switch between standard and semistandard styles. If checkStyleDevDependencies is true this setting will be ignored.

showEslintRules (default: false)

Enable/disable showing the id of the offended eslint rules.

Example of messages while showEslintRules is:

  • true: Extra semicolon. (semi)
  • false: Extra semicolon.

lintMarkdownFiles (default: false)

Lint markdown fenced code blocks.

Global Variable Support

To have the linter not warn about undeclared variables when using global variables, honorStyleSettings has to be checked/true and a "globals" section has to be added to package.json:

"semistandard": {
    "globals": [
      "var1",
      "var2"
    ]
  }
  OR
"standard": {
    "globals": [
      "var1",
      "var2"
    ]
  }

Also see https://github.com/feross/standard#i-use-a-library-that-pollutes-the-global-namespace-how-do-i-prevent-variable-is-not-defined-errors.

License

MIT