Linter for Dart
A Dart style linter.
The easiest way to install the
linter is to globally activate it via
$ pub global activate linter
Alternatively, clone the
linter repo like this:
$ git clone https://github.com/dart-lang/linter.git
Linter for Dart gives you feedback to help you keep your code in line with the published Dart Style Guide. Currently enforced lint rules (or "lints") are catalogued here. When you run the linter all lints are enabled but don't worry, configuration, wherein you can specifically enable/disable lints, is in the works. While initial focus is on style lints, other lints that catch common programming errors are certainly of interest. If you have ideas, please file a feature request.
Running the linter via
pub looks like this:
$ pub global run linter my_project
With example output will looking like this:
my_project/my_library.dart 13:8 [lint] Name non-constant identifiers using lowerCamelCase. IOSink std_err = stderr; ^^^^^^^ 12 files analyzed, 1 issue found.
Supported options are
-h, --help Shows usage information. -s, --stats Show lint statistics. --[no-]visit-transitive-closure Visit the transitive closure of imported/exported libraries. -q, --[no-]quiet Don't show individual lint errors. -c, --config Use configuration from this file. --dart-sdk Custom path to a Dart SDK. -p, --package-root Custom package root. (Discouraged.)
Note that you should not need to specify an
package-root. Lint configuration file format is provisional and under active discussion. Other configuration options are on the way.
Feedback is, of course, greatly appreciated and contributions are welcome! Please read the contribution guidelines.
Features and bugs
Please file feature requests and bugs at the issue tracker.
Support for client code that extends the analysis engine by adding new lint rules.