Lint markdown on the fly, using remark-lint


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MIT
Install
apm install linter-markdown@5.2.10

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Lint markdown files using remark-lint and the linter package for atom.

If there is no configuration found for remark-lint, this linter runs remark-preset-lint-consistent and remark-preset-lint-recommended (both can be turned off). You can a also turn on remark-preset-lint-markdown-style-guide. By default, YAML frontmatter is supported, but you can turn that off.

If there is configuration for remark-lint, through .remarkrc files or remarkConfig in package.jsons, this linter works just like remark-cli.

You should probably install modules referenced in .remarkrc files locally (npm install without the -g or --global flag). If you do install modules globally, you must either use nvm, or have a prefix in your .npmrc.

See this tutorial on how to set-up npm to work without sudo, which is good practise, and comes with the added benefit that linter-markdown can pick up on globally installed modules.

Read more about configuring remark-lint on its README.

A similar linter, linter-remark, runs all remark plugins, but only when they are configured to run.

We also maintain a changelog containing recent changes.

Screenshot of linter-markdown in action