ESLint 0.14.0 released

We just pushed ESLint 0.14.0, which is a minor release upgrade. This release includes new features and bug fixes.


This is a summary of the major changes you need to know about for this version of ESLint.

More Language Options

0.14.0 adds more language options for parsing JavaScript, including:

All of these options are off by default, and you can enable them in your configuration file. See Configuring ESLint for more information.

ECMAScript 6 fixes

With the introduction of ECMAScript 6 features, a lot of bugs popped up that had to be tracked down. We fixed a large number of bugs related to ES6 features so things like variable scoping should be fairly accurate now.

New Rule: indent

A rule covering indentation has been one of our long-requested features since ESLint began. We ported the logic from JSCS into a new rule, indent. It has been modified so it’s not exactly the same, and although we provided incorrect attribution initially, that has been fixed to comply with JSCS’s licensing terms. We thank the JSCS team for bringing this to our attention so we could ensure property attribution.

1.0.0 is Coming!

We expect to have only a small number of releases before 1.0.0 is released. Our goal is ensuring stability and trying to avoid breaking changes after 1.0.0. To that end, we are going to wait until we see breaking changes stop for a couple of releases before being ready to declare a release as 1.0.0.

Breaking Changes

Bug Fixes



Dependency Upgrades


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