Lint projects using
You need to have
flint installed on your system before using this
package. Once that is setup this package should work right away. If you are
getting messages about
flint not being available you may need to set the full
path to it in your settings.
As this package is just a wrapper around
flint, you will need something to
actually run it. By default the Linter package will be installed for you to
fill this need.
flint reports messages about the project as a whole there is no file to associate them to, so we mark them as coming from a "fake"
flint-messages file. Unfortunately under the default settings for
linter-ui-default, this means the messages from this provider will only ever show up in the status bar counts.
In order to show these messages you will need to change
linter-ui-default's Panel to represent the entire project in the settings.
status bar/panel can be configured what
scope of messages they are showing.
linter-flint actually runs when you open any file, but the messages it reports will be for a fake file that doesn't exist.
That means that they will never actually show in the project scoped panel by default, just in the status bar counts.
You would need to change their panel to
Settings -> Packages -> linter-ui-default -> Panel Represents -> Entire Project
to see all messages for the project at once,
flint messages will then show up.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.