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coffeelint loader for webpack


Apply the coffeelint loader as pre/postLoader in your webpack configuration:

module.exports = {
    module: {
        preLoaders: [
                test: /\.coffee$/, // include .coffee files 
                exclude: /node_modules/, // exclude any and all files in the node_modules folder 
                loader: "coffeelint-loader"
    // more options in the optional coffeelint object 
    coffeelint: {
        // any coffeelint option 
        // i. e. 
        camel_case_classes: 'error',
        // coffeelint errors are displayed by default as warnings 
        // set emitErrors to true to display them as errors 
        emitErrors: false,
        // coffeelint to not interrupt the compilation 
        // if you want any file with coffeelint errors to fail 
        // set failOnErrors to true 
        failOnErrors: false,
    // same as failOnErrors but will throw an exception for 
    // warnings as well 
        failOnWarns: false,
        // custom reporter function 
        reporter: function(results) {
      var errors = result.error;
      war warns = result.warn;

Custom reporter

By default, coffeelint-loader will provide a default reporter.

However, if you prefer a custom reporter, pass a function under the reporter key in coffeelint options. (see usage above)

The reporter function will be passed an object containing error and warn arrays produced by coffeelint with the following structure:

  error: [
        rule :      'Name of the violated rule',
        lineNumber: 'Number of the line that caused the violation',
        level:      'The severity level of the violated rule',
        message:    'Information about the violated rule',
        context:    'Optional details about why the rule was violated'
  warn: [

The reporter function will be excuted with the loader context as this. You may emit messages using this.emitWarning(...) or this.emitError(...). See webpack docs on loader context.

The output in webpack CLI will usually be:

WARNING in ./path/to/file.js
<reporter output>