One Semicolon for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
All the goodness of feross/standard with semicolons sprinkled on top.
npm install semistandard
- Check feross/standard for the rest of the rules.
Use this in one of your projects? Include one of these badges in your readme to let people know that your code is using the standard style.
globally as a Node command line program. To do so, simply run the following command in
your terminal (flag
semistandard globally on your system, omit it if you want
to install in the current working directory):
npm install semistandard -g
After you've done that you should be able to use the
semistandard program. The simplest use
- Sublime users: Try SublimeLinter-contrib-semistandard for linting in your editor!
- Atom users - Install linter-js-standard
- VSCode users - Install vscode-standardjs
What you might do if you're clever
- Add it to
- Check style automatically when you run
$ npm test Error: Code style check failed: lib/torrent.js:950:11: Expected '===' and instead saw '=='.
- Never give style feedback on a pull request again! (unless it's about semicolons)
To use a custom parser, install it from npm (example:
npm install babel-eslint) and add this to your package.json:
Install Syntastic and add these lines to
For automatic formatting on save, add these two lines to
autocmd bufwritepost *.js silent !semistandard % --fixset autoread
Just like in
standard, The paths
coverage/**, hidden files/folders
.), and all patterns in a project's root
.gitignore file are
automatically excluded when looking for
.js files to check.
Sometimes you need to ignore additional folders or specific minfied files. To do that, add
semistandard.ignore property to
Make it look
If you want prettier output, just install the
snazzy package and pipe
semistandard to it:
$ semistandard --verbose | snazzy
See feross/standard for more information.