Helps you keep your code less crazy by adding either eslint or jshint in the pre-commit hooks.
In your project root directory, type:
$ npm install --save-dev abracadabra
and that's it.
Upon installation it adds a git pre-commit hook in your repository, which runs every time you're going to commit something. In this case it'll run a npm task that validates your code either via
jshint. In that way, anybody in your team can't commit anything that doesn't match the standards.
It's up to you. If you don't have any
jshint configurations in your root directory, it'll ask you and then create a default configuration for linter of your choice. You may later change configurations according to your needs.
There are two major differences, one being that
nlf/precommit-hook only supports
jshint and has it in its dependencies, while
jshint as well as
eslint moreover it uses the lint command from your dependencies. Plus, it has quite verbose default configuration files. Other than that, it uses the same
nlf/git-validate module under the hood as
You can bypass the pre-commit hook by:
$ git commit --no-verify