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gulp-coffeelint-cjsx v0.0.3

Lint your CoffeeScript/CJSX using gulp and CoffeeLint

gulp-coffeelint Build Status Coverage Status NPM version

Dependency Status devDependency Status Pretty Stylish

CoffeeLint plugin for gulp 3.

Usage

First, install gulp-coffeelint-cjsx as a development dependency:

npm install --save-dev gulp-coffeelint-cjsx

Then, add it to your gulpfile.js:

var gulp = require('gulp');
var coffeelint = require('gulp-coffeelint-cjsx');

gulp.task('lint', function () {
    gulp.src('./src/*.coffee')
        .pipe(coffeelint())
        .pipe(coffeelint.reporter())
});

API

coffeelint([optFile,] [opt,] [literate,] [rules,] [cjsx])

All arguments are optional. By default gulp-coffeelint will walk up the directory tree looking for a coffeelint.json (per file, i.e. dirname) or a package.json that has a coffeelintConfig object (as the cli does). Also, .litcoffee and .coffee.md files will be treated as Literate CoffeeScript.

optFile

Type: String

Absolute path of a json file containing options for coffeelint.

opt

Type: Object

Options you wish to send to coffeelint. If optFile is given, this will be ignored.

literate

Type: Boolean

Are we dealing with Literate CoffeeScript?

rules

Type: Array[Function] Default: []

Add custom rules to coffeelint.

cjsx

Type: Boolean

Should we use coffeelint-cjsx instead of coffeelint?

Results

Adds the following properties to the file object:

file.coffeelint.success = true; // if no errors were found, false otherwise
file.coffeelint.errorCount = 0; // number of errors returned by `coffeelint`
file.coffeelint.warningCount = 0; // number of warnings returned by `coffeelint`
file.coffeelint.results = []; // `coffeelint` results, see http://www.coffeelint.org/#api
file.coffeelint.opt = {}; // the options used by `coffeelint`
file.coffeelint.literate = false; // you guessed it

Reporters

coffeelint.reporter(name)

Assuming you would like to make use of those pretty results we have after piping through coffeelint() there are some bundled reporters at your service.

name

Type: String Default: 'default' Possible Values: 'default', 'fail', 'failOnWarning'

  • The 'default' reporter uses coffeelint-stylish to output a pretty report to the console. See usage example above.

  • If you would like your stream to emit an error (e.g. to fail the build on a CI server) when errors are found, use the 'fail' reporter.

  • If you want it to throw an error on both warnings and errors, use the 'failOnWarning' reporter

This example will log errors and warnings using the coffeelint-stylish reporter, then fail if coffeelint was not a success.

  .pipe(coffeelint())
  .pipe(coffeelint.reporter())
  .pipe(coffeelint.reporter('fail'))

Contributing

In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using gulp and npm-test. Plus, make sure to adhere to these commit message conventions.

License

MIT License © Jan Raasch

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