The following JS:  (function() {   "use strict";    $("#target").click(function(){     console.log("clicked");   });  }());   Yields:  test.js: line 5, col 3, '$' is not defined.   When linted using JSHint 0.5.5.  Any...
The ESLint rule for indent allows for you to specify which nodes are ignored, when determining whether the rule should apply to that node, using the ignoredNodes option.  I've got the following code that I want to ignore with this rule:  const a...
I'm using the following typescript method to generate UUIDs. The code itself is basically the typescript version of this stackoverflow answer.  generateUUID(): string {     let date = new Date().getTime();     if (window.performance && ty...
I'm working on organizing some things and wanted to combined these two sets.  In fact I don't know of any other validator besides the W3 - http://validator.w3.org/  Linters - jslint | jshint | eslint Validators - w3   Is there any difference...
Surprisingly, there is not any good guide on this.  I cannot make the linter work. I have set the .eslintrc that extends airbnb on the directory where I save all my projects. I do not know if it is the right directory. I also did this. Nothing is bei...
I have problem with spread and destructuring operator. After npm run lint:js I'll see:  TypeError: Cannot read property 'type' of undefined Occurred while linting C:\Users\USER\hq-manager-frontend\frontend\src\common\functions\projects.js...
I need an extension for checking, if my javascript has a semicolon on the lineend. By searching the extension i only could find auto set semicolon extension, but i want to check large existing code.  Maybe i can build a custom rule?...
When I place this code for a promise that the result is not needed to proceed:  await resultNotNeeded(bla, foo);   I'm getting this eslint error:     [eslint] Expected an assignment or function call and instead saw an   expression. (no-unused-exp...
Can someone explain the reason/importance of why javascriptlint (not jslint) gives the warning  inc_dec_within_stmt - increment (++) and decrement (--) operators used as part of greater statement   when it comes across a line of code like  someValue...
Given an example code:  var yyy = { abc : 1 },     xxx = yyy.abcc + 1;   It won't throw any error but there is a typo where yyy.abcc should be yyy.abc, so xxx is now equal to "NaN" because of the typo error.  I use jslint, jshint to check...

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