#12 Doesn't work with Javascript/JSON files in newer versions of N++

v1.0_(example)
closed
nobody
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2
2015-11-26
2015-11-25
No

See the following stack overflow answer - it sounds like N++ added/changed their file types, and now JSLint won't work on Javascript or JSON files unless you change their language type manually to HTML or CSS.

This workaround is a bit too manual if you're interested in, for example, opening a folder of hundreds of .js files and running JSLint against them all. I am legally bound by my employer to not touch GPL licensed code, or I would go in and patch it myself. :( It looks like all that would need to happen would be for the new types to be added to the enumeration and for the type check to honor them.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33568740/suddenly-jslint-plugin-refuses-to-work-jslint-can-operate-only-on-javascript

Related

Bugs: #12

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  • Martin Vladic

    Martin Vladic - 2015-11-25

    I'm working on this. Very soon I will make a new version.

     
    • Alex Loret de Mola

      Thank you, I appreciate it deeply! Your tool is a Godsend, and I (and a lot of other people) deeply appreciate it and the work you did to make it happen!

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      Subject: [jslintnpp:bugs] #12 Doesn't work with Javascript/JSON files in newer versions of N++

      I'm working on this. Very soon I will make a new version.


      [bugs:#12]http://sourceforge.net/p/jslintnpp/bugs/12/ Doesn't work with Javascript/JSON files in newer versions of N++

      Status: open
      Group: v1.0_(example)
      Created: Wed Nov 25, 2015 09:39 PM UTC by Alex Loret de Mola
      Last Updated: Wed Nov 25, 2015 09:39 PM UTC
      Owner: nobody

      See the following stack overflow answer - it sounds like N++ added/changed their file types, and now JSLint won't work on Javascript or JSON files unless you change their language type manually to HTML or CSS.

      This workaround is a bit too manual if you're interested in, for example, opening a folder of hundreds of .js files and running JSLint against them all. I am legally bound by my employer to not touch GPL licensed code, or I would go in and patch it myself. :( It looks like all that would need to happen would be for the new types to be added to the enumeration and for the type check to honor them.

      http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33568740/suddenly-jslint-plugin-refuses-to-work-jslint-can-operate-only-on-javascript


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      Bugs: #12

  • Martin Vladic

    Martin Vladic - 2015-11-26

    Fixed in version 0.8.3

     

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