#135 discuss
Kit Goncharov

Add a JSL configuration file

Reported by Kit Goncharov | March 8th, 2011 @ 12:02 PM

Diego Perini and Jeremy Ashkenas both recommended the excellent JavaScript Lint for checking code for errors. It's highly configurable, and significantly less pedantic than either JSLint or JSHint. Additionally, JSL is written on top of SpiderMonkey 1.5, and is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. I use this configuration file to check Spec, but we can adjust it as needed to check FuseJS. Incidentally, this might also be a good time to discuss drafting a set of consistent coding guidelines.

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JavaScript frameworks share similar features and functionality such as DOM manipulation, event registration, and CSS selector engines. FuseJS attempts to incorporate the strengths of these frameworks into one stable, efficient, and optimized core JavaScript framework.


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