JSLint is on GitHub


We noticed some buzz on twitter today about JSLint moving to GitHub. JSLint is a code quality tool for the Javascript language, there’s a more detailed explanation available here. The main JSLint repo can be found under Douglas Crockford’s account. Here’s some facts on the man if you’re not familiar with him.

We’re always delighted to see established projects move to GitHub to leverage our awesome community of users and the collaborative tools we’re building. It’s also nice to see how rapidly the Javascript community has caught up with Ruby to tie for the most popular language on the site.

popular languages

Popularity is determined by the size of the files for a given language and is calculated differently than the way we determine what language a given repo is written in.

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