Read more about the beta and try it out from
the releases page.
JSLint.NET for MSBuild
Check it out on NuGet and run this command from the package manager console to install:
PM> Install-Package JSLintNet.MSBuild
JSLint.NET for Visual Studio
Provides a richer IDE experience for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013, with underlined warnings and the ability to validate automatically on save and build. Download it from the Extensions and Tools dialog within Visual Studio or from the
Visual Studio Gallery.
All flavors of JSLint.NET can be downloaded from the
CodePlex releases page.
Version 1.5 adds the ability to create JSLintNet.Debug.json and / or JSLintNet.Release.json files and have those settings merged with your core settings. By convention, this is based on the current build configuration in Visual Studio or MSBuild. In fact
any custom build configuration names are supported, not only Debug and Release; just make a file to match.
This should make it easier to automatically switch between Warning or Error output or enable / disable JSLint options like the
debug flag in different modes. See the Build Configuration heading on the
JSLint.NET Settings page for more.
Internally, JSLint has been upgraded to edition
See past release information on the
Change Log page.