Thank you so much for this very useful program.
I already had an HTML validator and a CSS validator: I just discovered this too.
But I am lazy and don't like typing command lines!
And the file I want to check isn't usually in an open folder window (so the context menu method doesn't help).
I have created a batch file which contains
C:\usr\bin\setFileArg.exe C:\usr\bin\JSlint\jsl.exe -fin -filetype "js" >%temp%\jsl.log -conf C:\usr\bin\JSlint\jsl.conf -process
and a '.pif' file in my Start menu to run the batch.
(Change all the paths etc for your own configuration.)
But first it starts by opening a WIndows file selector to pick the file to validate, then it adds its pathname to the end of the command line (after "-process") - that is because of the option (otherwise the file name would be put at the start of the command line).
The option tells the file selector to only show '*.js' files (it is '*.*' by default).
The output is redirected to a log file, and when lint has finished the log is opened in my text editor.
The Windows Common Dialog file selector remembers the last directory used, so when I am working on a project the '.js' files are immediately available for selection each time.
The program 'setFileArg' is available for download (free, public license) from my site http://www.le-maquis.net - Menu "Programmes" -> section "Utilitaires bitwyse".
If you have any questions or suggestions there is a contact form - and I will come back here also.
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