It detects RAML files by extension (expects file name to be
The underlying validation tool is RAML JS parser.
For a full RAML editing experience, install the RAML package.
If you don't want the linter to process some files, just add the following line under the shebang:
If the RAML file includes another file containing errors, you can find the errors by switching the linter in
Project mode (the switch is at the bottom-left of the editor). All errors will then appear, you can click on the file name to open the file in Atom.
Install linter and linter-raml:
apm install linter-raml
You can configure this package by opening its settings view (
ctrl+, then select the package) or by editing the entries below 'linter-raml' in ~/.atom/config.cson.
You think it lacks a feature ? Spot a bug ? Unsufficient documentation ? Any contribution is welcome, below are a few contribution guidelines but first get a look at atom contribution guidelines:
Thank you for helping out!
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