This is the Linux app named stylelint whose latest release can be downloaded as 15.11.0sourcecode.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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stylelint understands the latest CSS syntax including custom properties and level 4 selectors. Extracts embedded styles from HTML, markdown and CSS-in-JS object & template literals. Parses CSS-like syntaxes like SCSS, Sass, Less and SugarSS. Has over 170 built-in rules to catch errors, apply limits and enforce stylistic conventions. Supports plugins so you can create your own rules or make use of plugins written by the community. Automatically fixes the majority of stylistic violations. Itis well tested with over 15000 unit tests. Supports shareable configs that you can extend or create. It is unopinionated so that you can customize it to your exact needs. stylelint has a growing community and is used by Facebook, GitHub and WordPress. You can configure the built-in stylistic rules to allow both multi-line and single-line rules. The choice of when to use each belongs to the user.
- Analyzes source code to flag programming errors, bugs, stylistic errors, and suspicious constructs
- The built-in stylistic rules and plugins are configurable to support a diverse range of stylistic conventions
- The stylelint-order plugin can be configured to lint and fix a diverse range of ordering conventions
- You can configure the built-in stylistic rules to allow both multi-line and single-line rules
- Identifies invalid code such as misformed hex colors and unknown language features
- Due to the nature of stylelint as a code quality tool, we follow a specific flavor of semantic versioning
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