AppCode 2017.2 Help


The following is only valid when JavaScript Support Plugin is installed and enabled!

Use this page to enable the JavaScript JSCS code verifier and to configure its behaviour.

Enable Select this check box to have JSCS applied to verify the code in the current project. After that the other controls in the page are enabled.
Node Interpreter Specify the Node.js interpreter to use. Choose one of the configured interpreters or click browseButton and configure a new one.
JSCS Package In this field,

specify the location of the jscs package installed in the current project.

Configuration File In this area, appoint the configuration to use.

By default, AppCode first looks for a jscsConfig property in the package.json file of the current project. If no such property is found, AppCode looks for a .jscsrc or a .jscs.json configuration file. AppCode starts the search from the folder where the file to be checked is stored, then searches in the parent folder, and so on until reaches the project root. Accordingly, you have to define the configuration to apply either as a jscsConfig property in the package.json file or in a .jscsrc or a .jscs.json configuration file, or in a custom JSON configuration file.

You can also apply a predefined set of rules, either independently or in combination with a configuration file. In the latter case, the rules from the configuration file override the predefined rules.

  • To have AppCode look for a jscsConfig property in the package.json file or for a .jscsrc or a .jscs.json file, choose the Search for config(s) option.
  • To use a custom file, choose the Configuration File option and specify the location fo the file in the Path field. Choose the path from the drop-down list, or type it manually, or click the browseButton button and select the relevant file from the dialog box that opens.
  • To have a predefined set or rules applied, choose the desired set from the Code Style Preset drop-down list.
Code Style Preset From this drop-down list, choose the set of predefined rules associated with the code style you use.
Last modified: 13 December 2017

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