While ES6 is not yet widely used in client-side applications, it is increasingly important for server-side applications. As such, we’re excited to now support it.
nonbsp to name a couple). By adding these options to a .jshintrc file (within any folder of your repository), you can customize the types of linting and style issues that we’ll flag.
As an added bonus: We also now support inline JSHint configuration, allowing you to customize our linting analysis without the need for a
.jshintrc file. For example, you can now add the following directly to your source:
/* jshint undef: true, unused: true */
- PHP Improvements: We’ve implemented a series of updates and changes to our PHP parser, which improve the analysis and resolves some known parsing issues. Specifically, we’ve leveled up our parser’s ability to handle very complex PHP code and we’ve improved our ability to identify which issues have changed between commits. As a result, some PHP grades and GPAs may change to be more accurate and you should also see better and deeper PHP analysis.
#!(which are often found in nodejs apps). We’ve now added support for these files.
All of these changes are in the process of rolling out, and we expect all repositories to be updated by week’s end.
As always, if you have any feedback, or run into any issues, let us know.