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    lintspelljs

    0.0.8 • Public • Published

    lintspelljs

    Module to spell check your js files. lintspelljs checks inside your comments, strings, and on each part of the identifiers splitting up the subwords on a camelCased or snake_cased string.

    Installation

    The package is not published yet to npm but there is a plan to do so. To insall you should clone this repo and then npm install it directly from the folder.

    npm install lintspelljs
    

    Usage

    lintspelljs works from the comm and line using a simple CLI interface

    lintspelljs <filename>
    

    Output

    Checking Spelling on: spellchecklint-cli.js
    You have a mispelled Identifier JsSpellChecker mispelled: Js On Line: 4
    You have a misspelled word on a String spellcheckvars On Line: 23
    You have a misspelled word on a Comment spellcheckvars On Line: 24
    

    Usage as a module

    lintspelljs could be used as a module to check js files. Check lintint (https://www.npmjs.com/package/lintint) for an example of usage.

    var spellCheckerLib = require('lintspelljs');
    var options = {
        color: false
    };
    var spellChecker = new spellCheckerLib.JsSpellChecker(options);
    var results = spellChecker.checkString('var variavle_fisrt = 1 + funktionKall(); // Tetsing');

    Results will contain an Array of Objects with the following format:

    {
        type: <<String>>, // The type of the parsed string (one of 'identifier', 'string', 'comment')
        message: <<String>>, // There are three possible messages
        line: <<Integer>>, // The line number for the parsed string
        word: <<String>>, // The word which is checked
        misspelled: <<Boolean>> // The result of the spell check (true if the word is misspelled) 
    }

    Default options

    {
        checkers: ['identifier', 'string', 'comment'], // locations where to check words
        color: true, // If true, return colored and bold messages
        hideSuccessful: true, // If true, return only the misspelled results
        skipWords: [] // Additional words to ignore and do not mark as misspelled 
    }

    Test

    lintspelljs uses mocha for testing and chai for assertions. You should have mocha installed globally to run tests.

    npm install -g mocha
    

    And to run the test you can use:

    npm test
    

    Dictionaries

    To spell check each string lintspelljs is using the hunspell-spellchecker. And for dictionaries the openoffice en_US files.

    Keywords

    none

    Install

    npm i lintspelljs

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    Version

    0.0.8

    License

    MIT

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