But lo and behold – Syntastic – a vim plugin that can run any syntax checker, including eslint. I installed it, and now it lints my code every time I save the file. The only feature it doesn’t have that I’d like is the ability to automatically fix the errors, but that might be something I can hack in there later, or continue to just run via the command line. For now it’s enough that I see the problems a few at a time instead of waiting until I have an entire file written without enough spaces in my function calls.
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I hope someone other than family reads your blog. Otherwise absolutely no one will understand what you just wrote.
On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 3:44 PM, Skit Skat Skoodle Doot wrote:
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