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    eslint-plugin-objects

    A small collection of ESLint rules that enforce more strict stylistic conventions for the layout of multi-property objects.

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    Installation

    Install ESLint either locally or globally, and then install the plugin (see below). It is important to note that a global instance of ESLint can only use plugins that are also installed globally. A local instance of ESLint, however, can make use of both local and global ESLint plugins.

    Global Installation

    $ npm install -g eslint
    $ npm install -g eslint-plugin-objects
    

    Local Installation

    $ npm install --save-dev eslint
    $ npm install --save-dev eslint-plugin-objects
    

    Configuration

    Add the plugins section to your config file if not already present and specify eslint-plugin-objects as a plugin. The eslint-plugin- prefix may be omitted:

    {
      "plugins": [
        "objects"
      ]
    }

    Enable the rules that you would like to use, for example:

    {
      "rules": {
        "objects/no-object-property-split": 2,
        "objects/no-object-properties-first-line": 1
      }
    }

    List of supported rules

    Stylistic Choices

    Compatibility

    This plugin has been tested and confirmed to work with ESLint versions 0.18.0 and later.

    Release History

    See the change log file for more details.

    Verifying Releases

    I use Semantic Versioning to number releases. Each release is tagged with the appropriate version number and signed using Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG). The public key used to sign releases is

    Name: David Waterston  
    Email: david@davidwaterston.com  
    Key ID: A7AD9C85  
    Signature: 71A9 DC13 447A 1E4F C6EB  5D64 DE08 A991 A7AD 9C85  
    

    This public key is included in the repository with a SHA1 of 16d013451476fa4a1a67d6ad4b90583e205b53b1.
    After cloning the repo, and assuming you have GPG installed correctly, you can import this key into your keychain

    git cat-file blob pubkey | gpg --import
    

    When this public key is successfully imported, you can use it to verify the integrity of any of the tagged releases of this repo

    git tag -v v1.0.0
    

    which should produce output similar to:

    object 04f37a55784c1f3abc2cf927a935a488aa954035  
    type commit  
    tag v1.0.0  
    tagger David Waterston <david@davidwaterston.com> 1427387056 +0000  
      
    Initial commit  
      
    This is just an example so don't get fixated on the details, what matters is the signature!
    gpg: Signature made Thu 26 Mar 16:24:16 2015 GMT using RSA key ID A7AD9C85
    gpg: Good signature from "David Waterston <david@davidwaterston.com>" [ultimate]
    

    The important thing to notice here is that the RSA key ID matches mine (A7AD9C85) and the line that says that this is a good signature.

    The public key can further be verified by checking the details held on pgp.mit.edu.

    License

    Copyright (c) 2015 David Waterston. All rights reserved.
    Distributed under an MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more details.

    install

    npm i eslint-plugin-objects

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    1.1.1

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    MIT

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