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    generic-js-env

    2.2.4 • Public • Published

    generic-js-env

    The generic-js-env npm package can be used to populate the root directory of a JavaScript project with the various setting files for the linter/hinter and editor.

    npm install --save-dev generic-js-env
    

    Will create following files in the root of the project:

    • .editorconfig
    • .eslintrc
    • .gitattributes
    • .jscrc
    • .jshintrc

    If you need also .babelrc and its settings, also specify the babel-env package, which includes Babel:

    npm install --save-dev babel-env
    

    Includes packages

    Most of our JavaScript projects need rimraf and require-self. They will be installed together with generic-js-env.

    Notes

    With the linter-jscs 1.7.3 in atom 4.0.1, files which have multiple very long lines make the editor drop to a crawl. See issue.

    For now, the only solution I've come up is to extend the limit for maximumLineLength to a large number, such as 200.

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    npm i generic-js-env

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    2.2.4

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    MIT

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