author Michael Ratcliffe <mratcliffe@mozilla.com>
Mon, 02 May 2016 00:22:31 +0100
changeset 338722 b4564c057f93c736521672ffa54b23d9b4c92b94
parent 322475 testing/eslint-plugin-mozilla/docs/import-globals.rst@878db4caf845282f06542793bc4b5c24fa658c14
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1265082 - ESLint jobs are apparently hitting the network r=me,dustin,pbro,jryans So a few changes here: - node_modules is downloaded using tooltool so that we dont need to rely on external infrastructure. - We have a npm-shrinkwrap.json file that version locks all of our node packages. - eslint, eslint-plugin-mozilla etc. are now all installed locally. In reality this means that we don't hit the network and we don't force users into installing global packages. ./mach eslint --setup has also been improved. We install packages locally and display the path of the user's eslint binary (useful for configuring editors). eslint-plugin-mozilla has been moved from testing/eslint-plugin-mozilla to /testing/eslint/eslint-plugin-mozilla. The node_modules directory for eslint and other plugins is located in testing/eslint/. MozReview-Commit-ID: 4SFSxzka6BS

.. _import-globals:


Rule Details

Parses a file for globals defined in various unique Mozilla ways.

When a "import-globals-from <path>" comment is found in a file, then all globals
from the file at <path> will be imported in the current scope. This will also
operate recursively.

This is useful for scripts that are loaded as <script> tag in a window and rely
on each other's globals.

If <path> is a relative path, then it must be relative to the file being
checked by the rule.