$ apm install linter-coffeelint
As of v0.2.0 there is no need to specify a path to coffeelint. If you need to use a specific
version you can specify it in your project's
linter-coffeelint will use that
one. This is the same behavior the coffeelint commandline gives you.
If you would like to contribute enhancements or fixes, please do the following:
Please note that modifications must follow the ESLint configuration.
To check if the code complies, you may run:
$ npm run lint
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