In 7.0 we updated the version of ESLint used in Orion to 0.6.2 which has many improvements over the last version we were using (0.4.2).
There is a catch though.
Since version 0.4.2, ESLint has dropped support for the jslint / jshint directive used in-source to describe your environment.
The new way to do this is to use the
/*eslint-env amd, browser*/
Configuring ESLint has the complete rundown on setting up your desired environment(s), but the basics are:
- Use only the name of the environment to indicate it should be used, i.e. there is no
amd:true, leaving it out means
- If using more than one environment, they are defined in a comma-separated list like:
/*eslint-env amd, browser, mocha, node*/
Just in case you forget all about these directives Orion has a linting rule to remind you to update them….