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jshint-path-reporter

JSHint reporter that displays absolute path with row/column on one line

jshint-path-reporter

JSHint reporter that displays absolute error path with row/column on one line.

A console reporter similar to the default output except the report displays absolute file paths with the row/column appended in a parsable format.

This allows convenient use of JSHint from within tools that apply a filter RegExp to console views to turn error lines into clickable links to instantly navigate to the error location.

There is support for source-map's; if a //@ sourceMappingURL is found the reported error position is mapped to the original source file. This works great with output from compilers like TypeScript or build tools like grunt-concat-sourcemap.

This reporter is tested and actively used in WebStorm with grunt-contrib-jshint. For maximum effect have a output filter configured in its edit-tool-dialog of the tool you run, something like:

$FILE_PATH$[ \t]*[:;,\[\(\{<]$LINE$(?:[:;,\.]$COLUMN$)?.*

Install from NPM

 $ npm install jshint-path-reporter

Then pass the path to the module as the reporter option (see the JSHint docs). It is a bit odd but this is how JSHint finds the module. I'm trying to get a fix for this merged in JSHint.

grunt.initConfig({
//.. 
jshint: {
options: {
jshintrc: '.jshintrc',
reporter: './node_modules/jshint-path-reporter'
}),
source: {
//.. 
}
}
});

If grunt-contrib-jshint doesn't share '.jshintrc' options over multiple target then you need to get it manually and extend or default:

grunt.initConfig({
//.. 
jshint: {
options: grunt.util._.defaults({
reporter: './node_modules/jshint-path-reporter'
}, grunt.file.readJSON('.jshintrc')),
source: {
options: {
//override jshint options 
} 
//.. 
},
minified : {
options: {
//override 
} 
//.. 
}
}
});

For low-tech displays and pure text.

require('jshint-path-reporter').color(false);

WebStorm (with link filter and darcula theme):

  • 0.1.4 - Fixed some typos in readme.
  • 0.1.3 - Merged some fixes from eslint-path-formatter
  • 0.1.2 - Added source-map support
  • 0.1.1 - Split display per file, inlined colors.js, fixed 'too many errors' bug

Install development dependencies in your git checkout:

$ npm install

You need the global grunt command:

$ npm install grunt-cli -g

Build and run tests:

$ grunt

See the Gruntfile for additional commands.

Copyright (c) 2013 Bart van der Schoor

Licensed under the MIT license.