Articles tagged with #lint




Sublime Text Clientside Plugin now in Package Control

If you've been using the Sublime Text Clientside plugin I have great news. It is now in WBond's Package Control plugin repository. This means you can install and update Clientside right from Sublime Text. If you have not used Clientside in the past in Sublime Text or Gedit, it allows …



Sublime Text Clientside Plugin to Minify, Format, Lint CSS & JS

It is unfortunate in a sense to say that I have all but migrated away from Gedit to Sublime Text 2. Sublime text has won me over with it's power, simplicity, and cross platform support. To me this is well worth the price, and it was money well spent. The …



Clientside Plugin Available for Gedit 3

The Gedit Clientside plugin is now available for Gedit 3. All the features remained the same, just some minor tweaks throughout. You can still find both Gedit versions of the plugin on Github: Clientside Plugin for Gedit 3+ Clientside Plugin for Gedit 2 I moved the old Gedit 2 version …



Updated Lint for Clientside

For those fans of Gedit and Clientside plugin it is time for you to update! The plugin now has updated versions of CSSLint, JSLint, and JSBeautify. As you may know Clientside Plugin provides several utilities to Gedit for working with CSS and Javascript, including minifying, formatting, and error checking/lint …



Gedit Clientside Now with CSSLint

It only feels right to include a lint method for CSS since javascript has had support in the Gedit Clientside Plugin from the beginning. The latest commit over on Github now includes CSSLint through the nodejs hookup. Don't worry, if you had it working before all you need to do …