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# ------------ rake task options ------------
# JS files to check by default, if no parameters are passed to rake jslint
# (you may want to limit this only to your own scripts and exclude any external scripts and frameworks)
# this can be overridden by adding 'paths' and 'exclude_paths' parameter to rake command:
# rake jslint paths=path1,path2,... exclude_paths=library1,library2,...
paths:
- public/javascripts/**/*.js
exclude_paths:
- public/javascripts/ext/**/*.js
# ------------ jslint options ------------
# see http://www.jslint.com/lint.html#options for more detailed explanations
# "enforce" type options (true means potentially more warnings)
adsafe: false # true if ADsafe rules should be enforced. See http://www.ADsafe.org/
bitwise: true # true if bitwise operators should not be allowed
newcap: false # true if Initial Caps must be used with constructor functions
eqeqeq: false # true if === should be required (for ALL equality comparisons)
immed: false # true if immediate function invocations must be wrapped in parens
nomen: false # true if initial or trailing underscore in identifiers should be forbidden
onevar: false # true if only one var statement per function should be allowed
plusplus: false # true if ++ and -- should not be allowed
regexp: false # true if . and [^...] should not be allowed in RegExp literals
safe: false # true if the safe subset rules are enforced (used by ADsafe)
strict: false # true if the ES5 "use strict"; pragma is required
undef: false # true if variables must be declared before used
white: false # true if strict whitespace rules apply (see also 'indent' option)
# "allow" type options (false means potentially more warnings)
cap: true # true if upper case HTML should be allowed
css: true # true if CSS workarounds should be tolerated
debug: false # true if debugger statements should be allowed (set to false before going into production)
es5: false # true if ECMAScript 5 syntax should be allowed
evil: true # true if eval should be allowed
forin: true # true if unfiltered 'for in' statements should be allowed
fragment: true # true if HTML fragments should be allowed
laxbreak: false # true if statement breaks should not be checked
on: false # true if HTML event handlers (e.g. onclick="...") should be allowed
sub: false # true if subscript notation may be used for expressions better expressed in dot notation
# other options
maxlen: 500 # Maximum line length
indent: 2 # Number of spaces that should be used for indentation - used only if 'white' option is set
maxerr: 50 # The maximum number of warnings reported (per file)
passfail: false # true if the scan should stop on first error (per file)
# following are relevant only if undef = true
predef: '' # Names of predefined global variables - comma-separated string or a YAML array
browser: true # true if the standard browser globals should be predefined
rhino: false # true if the Rhino environment globals should be predefined
windows: false # true if Windows-specific globals should be predefined
widget: false # true if the Yahoo Widgets globals should be predefined
devel: true # true if functions like alert, confirm, console, prompt etc. are predefined
# ------------ jslint_on_rails custom lint options (switch to true to disable some annoying warnings) ------------
# ignores "missing semicolon" warning at the end of a function; this lets you write one-liners
# like: x.map(function(i) { return i + 1 }); without having to put a second semicolon inside the function
lastsemic: false
# allows you to use the 'new' expression as a statement (without assignment)
# so you can call e.g. new Ajax.Request(...), new Effect.Highlight(...) without assigning to a dummy variable
newstat: false
# ignores the "Expected an assignment or function call and instead saw an expression" warning,
# if the expression contains a proper statement and makes sense; this lets you write things like:
# element && element.show();
# valid || other || lastChance || alert('OMG!');
# selected ? show() : hide();
# although these will still cause a warning:
# element && link;
# selected ? 5 : 10;
statinexp: false
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