It tries to do this in a manner that is easy to use, configurable, correct, and tolerant towards different coding styles.
npm install -g checkma
checkma file.js # check a single script checkma code/*.js # check all scripts in a directory find . -name "*.js" | xargs checkma # check scripts in all directories
Checkma is able to detect:
- Undefined variables
- New global variables
- Unreferenced variables
- Redeclared variables
- Syntax errors
If you would like to do some hacking on checkma, clone the source code into your development environment using Mercurial:
hg clone https://bitbucket.org/grauw/checkma
Install a convenient global symlink with the following command:
To contribute, contact me with a link to a repository with your changes and a description. Please adhere to the existing code style, and make small commits with good commit messages. If you like, send in your changes for review early, so we can discuss them and agree on their direction.
- Laurens Holst, http://www.grauw.nl/
Copyright 2012 Laurens Holst
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