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marlint

6.9.2 • Public • Published

Marlint

JavaScript strict code style with ES6+ES7, React, and Flowtype (inspired from XO)

Enforce strict code style. Never discuss code style on a code review again

No decision-making. No .eslintrc, .jshintrc, .jscsrc to manage. It just works!

Basic feature

  • ES6+ES7 support
  • Flowtype compatible (will not throw error on flow annotation)
  • React (and JSX) support (with sane rules, like no implicit React dependency on JS file with JSX syntax)

Code style

  • 2 Space indentation
  • Semicolons
  • Single-quotes
  • No unused variables
  • Space after keyword if (condition) {}
  • Always === instead of ==

Any of these can be overridden if necessary.

Check out an example and the ESLint rules.

Install

$ npm install --global marlint

Usage

$ marlint --help

  Usage
    $ marlint [<file|glob> ...]

  Options
    --compact  Compact output
    --stdin    Validate code from stdin
    --env      Environment preset  [Can be set multiple times]
    --global   Global variable  [Can be set multiple times]
    --ignore   Additional paths to ignore  [Can be set multiple times]

  Examples
    $ marlint
    $ marlint index.js
    $ marlint *.js !foo.js
    $ marlint --env=node --env=mocha

  Tips
    Put options in package.json instead of using flags so other tools can read it.

Config

You can configure some options in Marlint by putting it in package.json:

{
    "name": "your-project",
    "marlint": {
        "envs": ["node", "mocha"]
    }
}

Globals and rules can be configured inline in files.

envs

Type: array
Default: ['node']

Which environments your code is designed to run in. Each environment brings with it a certain set of predefined global variables.

globals

Type: array

Additional global variables your code accesses during execution.

ignores

Type: array

Some paths are ignored by default. Additional ignores can be added here.

rules

Type: object

Override any of the default rules. See the ESLint docs for more info on each rule.

Please take a moment to consider if you really need to use this option.

FAQ

Why not ESLint / Standard / XO?

This project aims to simplify code convention across Traveloka javascripts code by just typing marlint and be done. No decision-making, no config. Standard is way too opinionated and the rules is not meant to be changed. We could use XO, but we have to add support for ES6+ES7, React and Flowtype everytime we add new JavaScript project and that means duplicate config file. This tool is created to solve that problem.

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License

MIT © Traveloka

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npm i marlint

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