build-jshint

Helper for running JSHint on files and directories

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build-jshint

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Helper for running JSHint on JS files as part of a build step from a Node.JS script.

Example

var buildJSHint = require('build-jshint');

// Errors will be logged to the console
buildJSHint('src/**/*.js', function(err, hasError) {
    // `err` is a fatal error, *not* a JSHint error
    // `hasError` indicates if any of the files had a JSHint error
});

// Example output:
// JSHint error at "src/my_file.js":32
// Missing semicolon.
// 32 | dont(care())

// With options
var opts = {
    // Array of globs of files to skip
    ignore: ['src/.file1'],

    // Handles output of errors
    // Default reporter logs errors to the console
    reporter: function(error, file, src) {
        // `error` is the JSHint error object
        // `file` is the path to the source file
        // `src` is the contents of the source file
    },

    // Configuration for JSHint
    config: { undef: true },

    // Global variables declared (passed to JSHint)
    globals: { document: false }
};

var files = ['src/file.js', 'src/scripts/*.js'];

buildJSHint(files, opts, function(err, hasError) {
    // ...
});

Reference

buildJSHint(paths, [opts], callback)

Runs JSHint on the path specified.

paths is a string or array of strings specifying the globs that will be used to find the files to process. You can specify wildcard and other glob patterns to search.

opts is an optional object specifying the configuration properties. See the above example for the complete list.

callback is a function that will be called when the processing is done. If a fatal error occurred (such as error reading a file; JSHint errors are not included), it will be passed to the callback as the first argument. The second arguments will be a boolean indicated whether a JSHint error was encountered in any of the files.

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