Justin Obara obara.justin at gmail.com
Sun Feb 20 06:46:09 UTC 2011

Just saw this in a tweet from resig. 


Jshint is basically a fork of jslint. We may want to think about switching to this. Here's what they say about jshint compared to jslint. 

How JSHint is different from JSLint
JSHint is a fork of Douglas Crockford's that does not tyrannize your code. It is designed to detect errors that actually break your code while skipping things that, according to Crockford, “are known to contribute mistakes in projects.” In other words, JSHint is a fork of JSLint for the real world where people use different styles and conventions.The most important difference is that by the JavaScript developer community and not by one very opinionated person.

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