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ESLint Bundle for Textmate

Lint your JavaScript files with ESLint.

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Formatted view

Tooltip view

Features

  • ⌘S Lints the current document on save and shows errors via an unobtrusive tooltip (no tooltip is shown for warnings).

  • ^L Lints the current document and shows a formatted results view, which includes:

    • The ESLint version in use.

    • The issue severity ("warn" ⚠️ vs. "error" 🚫️).

    • A link to the documentation for the rule related to the issue.

    • The ability to focus the cursor back to the line and column where the issue originated:

      • Clicking the issue source.
      • Pressing the number associated with the issue.
  • Uses your project's local eslint package. This enables you to lint with the version of ESLint specific to each project.

  • Configurable per project via .tm_properties.

Requirements

  • NodeJS >= v6.x.x is installed.

  • ESLint >= v5.x.x.

  • PATH variable in Textmate > Preferences > Variables should be enabled and properly configured to include /usr/bin (the plugin looks for the node executable via #!/usr/bin/env node).

  • ESLint installed your project's node_modules directory (customizable via TM_eslint_path option)

Commands

  • Lint ⌃L: Lints current document and shows issues in new window.

  • Lint on Save ⌘S: Lints current document and shows errors in a tooltip.

  • Help ^⇧L: Shows README.md in new window.

  • Debug ^H: Shows bundle debugging information in new window.

Experimental

  • Enable Live Lint ^⌘L: The same as Lint ⌃L, but auto-refreshes on document changes (as long a the results view stays open).

Options

TextMate will look for a .tm_properties file in the project's root directory and in any parent folders (up to the user’s home folder). You can use the following properties to customize ESLint.

TM_eslint_path

  • Type: String
  • Default: ./node_modules/eslint

Path to eslint package. Must include a "package.json" file.

Example:

TM_eslint_path = './path/to/node_modules/eslint'

TM_eslint_config_file

  • Type: String
  • Default: null

Path to the configuration file to use.

Example:

TM_eslint_config_file = 'path/to/config.js'

TM_eslint_base_config_file

  • Type: String
  • Default: null

Path to base configuration file. Only *.js or *.json extensions are currently supported (file is loaded using require, therefore *.yaml and files with no extension are not currently supported).

Example:

TM_eslint_base_config_file = 'path/to/base/base-config.js'

TM_eslint_use_eslintrc

  • Type: Boolean
  • Default: true

Set to false to disable use of .eslintrc* files.

Example:

TM_eslint_use_eslintrc = false

TM_eslint_fix

  • Type: Boolean
  • Default: false

Output fixes source for errors and warnings that ESLint can fix. All rules in the documentation that show a wrench icon are fixable.

Example:

TM_eslint_eslint_fix = true

TM_eslint_ignore_path

  • Type: String
  • Default: null

Use a non-default ignore file. From Ignoring Files and Directories:

When ESLint is run, it looks in the current working directory to find an .eslintignore file before determining which files to lint. If this file is found, then those preferences are applied when traversing directories. Only one .eslintignore file can be used at a time, so .eslintignore files other than the one in the current working directory will not be used.

Example:

TM_eslint_ignore_path = 'path/to/ignore/file'

TM_eslint_ignore_pattern

  • Type: String
  • Default: null

Comma separated list of glob patterns.

Example:

TM_eslint_ignore_pattern = 'first/pattern, second/pattern'

TM_eslint_cwd

  • Type: String
  • Default: $TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY

Path to a directory that should be considered as the current working directory.

Example:

TM_eslint_cwd = 'path/to/project'

TM_eslint_disable_on_save

  • Type: Boolean
  • Default: false

Disable the the "Lint on Save" command.

Example:

TM_eslint_disable_on_save = true

TM_eslint_debug

  • Type: Boolean
  • Default: false

Show any errors caught while trying to load or configure the ESLint CLIEngine.

Example:

TM_eslint_debug = true

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