An unopinionated and configurable linter and style checker for Jade
v2 under active development. Watch this space as issues are fixed, and the rules roll in 🌈🐰
$ npm install -g jade-lint
$ jade-lint [options] <file ...>
-h, --help: output usage information
-V, --version: output the version number
-c, --config <path>: configuration file path
-r, --reporter <reporter>: error reporter; console - default, inline
If you use Atom, you can install the linter-jade package.
jade-lint is part of syntastic.
If you are using vim-plug to manage your Vim plugins (recommended), you can do:
" In your ~/.vimrcPlug 'scrooloose/syntastic'" Then run these commands:source %:PlugInstall
Then to turn the jade-linter on, you will need this line in your .vimrc.
let g:syntastic_jade_checkers = ['jade_lint']
If you're using Gulp as your build system, you can use gulp-jade-lint for easier integration.
Options and rules can be specified in a
.jade-lint.json file, or via adding a
"jadeLintConfig" option to
Presets are pre-defined sets of rules. You can specifically disable any preset rule by assigning it to null, like so:
[ "node_modules/**" ]
Disables style checking for specified paths declared with glob patterns.
Array of file path matching patterns to load additional rules from, e.g.:
You can specifically disable any rule by omitting it from your
.jade-lintrc config file or by assigning it to null, like so:
Some rules, if enabled at the same time, would be contradictory to one another, such as:
In this case
requireSpaceAfterCodeOperator is treated as null, and ignored.