The easiest way to syntax check your JavaScript code from TextMate
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JSLint is a strict code quality tool by Douglas Crockford. This bundle packages it for use with TextMate.

It uses Safari's JavaScript engine, so there's nothing extra to install.


Clone this repository to your TextMate Bundles directory.

cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles && git clone git://

Restart TextMate (or use Bundles -> Bundle Editor -> Reload Bundles).


  • Open a JavaScript file.
  • Run the Bundles > JSLint > Verify menu item.


JSLint is both strict and opinionated. Consult the JSLint site to generate a configuration of options that work for your coding style.

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