The warning icon that is supposed to show up in the gutter is shown as corrupted bitmap:
Note: the ST console shows the following message:
Unable to decode Packages//Users/luc/Dropbox/Sync/Sublime Text 3/Packages/JSHint Gutter/warning.png
This is using ST3 (build 3047) under OS X 10.8.5.
How did you install this plugin? Is the warning.png file actually present there?
FWIW, it works for me in ST3 build 3047.
I have the same issue. @lucsky and me have the settings sync with dropbox. The issue is in line 121 where it says:
packageName = PLUGIN_FOLDER.replace(sublime.packages_path(), "")
if I print packageName I get "/Users/xxxxxxx/Dropbox/sublime-settings/Packages/JSHint Gutter", the dropbox folder where I have my synced settings.
I wish Sublime Text would offer a nicer API for setting gutter images :(
I'm having the same issue in ST3, except it's simply a black triangle (unless that's intended.)
My issue is the same as envygeeks. I just get a black triangle. I verified the image is there and it is not corrupt.
I am running ST3, OSX 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion)
Having the same issue now for Sublime Text 2 in Windows 7, it worked fine until now but a few days ago the bug magically appeared..
I wonder if this commit broke it: 63b794d
@Miw0 can you revert it and see if it makes any difference?
Seeing this as well on ST2 on Mavericks
Found it - Sublime Text 2: line 142 of JSHint.py is missing a path separator between the '..' and packageName, so
icon = ".." + packageName + "/warning"
icon = ".." + os.path.sep + packageName + "/warning"
The above solution worked for me! Thanks!
ST2 (2221) on Mavericks
Added os.path.sep to warning icon path
This should fix victorporof#41
@dohpaz42 That fixed it for me to. Made a PR from it.