At it's core, the JSLint.NET project aims to provide:
- a complete, accurate and up-to-date wrapper for JSLint
- an interface that's natural for .NET developers while staying true-to-source
1.2.0 Released - Now with Visual Studio 2013 Support!
Version 1.2.0 is primarily focused on improving the Visual Studio experience. Support for the brand spanking new Visual Studio 2013
has been added, there are now more ways to run JSLint from the context menu, and tooltips have been enabled for inline error markers.Note: 1.2.1 and 1.2.2 are stability revisions and do not add new features
Get the latest bits at the Visual Studio Gallery
, within the Visual Studio extension manager, or over on the releases page
This version contains three significant changes (and lots of little updates). See the releases page
for more information and downloads.
The first stable version of JSLint.NET is now out! This version cleans up a few minor issues and adds some extra menu items to Visual Studio.
Also available from the Visual Studio Gallery
or within the Visual Studio extension manager.
Version 0.9.2 of the beta includes many tweaks and and bug fixes. A big thanks to ChrisNielsen
for the bug reports, suggestions and pull requests. Please keep them coming.
This version also adds a settings screen for managing JSLint options and JSLint.NET specifics. For now this is available within Visual Studio from a project's context menu:
The core assembly also contains an MSBuild task that can be used as part of a build or continuous integration process.
Visual Studio Extension
The VISX package allows the latest JSLint to be integrated into Visual Studio 2012. It can be run manually or automatically on save or build based on the settings
Command Line Executable
JSLintNet.Console.exe allows JSLint to be run from the Windows command line. More information on the Console Options