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    implicit

    JavaScript Syntax Check Helper

    Implicit checks your JavaScript code and reports on potential errors with the syntax of the code. These are errors that cannot be found with a linter.

    For example, can you see the error in the following code?

    if(Object.keys(o) === 1) {
      console.log(o);
    }
    

    It should be:

    if(Object.keys(o).length === 1) {
      console.log(o);
    }
    

    Implicit will generate an error if it encounters a mistake such as this.

    Implicit is not a replacement for a linter. It is an additional tool that you run to check your code. A good place to put this is in a pre-commit hook.

    Install

    npm install -g implicit
    

    Usage

    Run inside the root of your project:

    implicit
    

    Generate default rc and ignore files:

    implicit init
    

    Get usage help:

    implicit --help
    

    Development

    If you've clone the repo and are working on changes you can install your local version of implicit by running this in the root of the implicit project folder:

    npm i -g .
    

    Now you can go to another project and run implicit to have your customized changes run against your project.

    Contributing and Pull Requests

    See Contributing.

    Help

    You can contact me on Twitter: @wildfiction

    Install

    npm i implicit

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    Version

    0.0.2

    License

    MIT

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