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= About = JSLint Plugin for Notepad++ allows you to run JSLint against your open JavaScript files. Website: http://jslintnpp.sourceforge.net JSLint Plugin for Notepad++ Copyright 2010 Martin Vladic. Based on JSLint by Douglas Crockford (http://www.jslint.com/). JSLint Copyright 2002 Douglas Crockford. = Release Notes = This is first version. Consider it beta. Tested and works with Notepad++ version 5.7+; it also may work with older versions. = Installation = Copy JSLintNpp.dll (or JSLintNppA.dll if you are using ANSI version) into your Notepad++ Plugins folder. You will need to re-start Notepad++ afterward. = Getting Started = 1. Open your JavaScript file in Notepad++ 2. To JSLint your file select menu option "Plugins - JSLint - JSLint Current File" or press shortcut key Ctrl+Shift+L. 3. All errors (if such exists) that are found in your file will be displayed in list in dockable window at the bottom of Notepad++ main window; document is automatically scrolled at the position of the first found error. 4. Double-click on errors in the list to view them inside document; or you can press Ctrl+Shift+N repeatedly to view errors. You can play with different JSLint options by choosing menu option "Plugins - JSLint - Options". = Files = README.txt - This file JSLintNpp.dll - Unicode version of plugin JSLintNppA.dll - ANSI version of plugin = History = 0.2.0 Memory leaks fixed Toolbar added to the JSLint dockable window Visibility state of the JSLint dockable window is now preserved after restart Shortcuts changed (to avoid clashes with existing shortcuts of Notepad++) 0.1.1 Bug fixes 0.1.0 Initial release = Todo = - Display list of global variables (and other useful informations that JSLint produces) used in your JS script
Source: README.txt, updated 2010-12-03