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lintr lints are automatically displayed in the RStudio Markers pane (RStudio versions > v0.99.206).
In order to show the “Markers” pane in RStudio: Menu “Tools” -> “Global Options…”, a window with title “Options” will pop up. In that window: click “Code” on the left; click “Diagnostics” tab; check “Show diagnostics for R”.
To lint a source file
test.R type in the Console
lintr::lint("test.R") and look at the result in the
This package also includes two addins for linting the current source and package. To bind the addin to a keyboard shortcut navigate to Tools > addins > Browse Addins > Keyboard Shortcuts. It’s recommended to use Alt+Shift+L for linting the current source lint and Ctrl+Shift+Alt+L to code the package. These are easy to remember as you are Alt+Shift+L(int) ;)
lintr is fully integrated into flycheck when using ESS. See the installation documentation for those packages for more information.
You can also configure what linters are used. e.g. using a different
line length cutoff. -
M-x customize-option ->
lintr can be integrated with syntastic for on-the-fly linting.
You will also need to add the following lines to your
let g:syntastic_enable_r_lintr_checker = 1 let g:syntastic_r_checkers = ['lintr']
You can also configure what linters are used. e.g. using a different line length cutoff.
let g:syntastic_r_lintr_linters = "linters_with_defaults(line_length_linter(120))"
lintr can be integrated with ALE for on the fly linting.
lintr is integrated with ALE and requires no additional installation.
You can configure what linters are used, e.g. using a different line length cutoff.
let g:ale_r_lintr_options = "linters_with_defaults(line_length_linter(120))"
You can also configure whether
lint_package is used. Set to 1 for
lint_package and 0 (default) for
let g:ale_r_lintr_lint_package = 1
:h ale_r_lintr for more information.
Note that configuration through
.lintr files are not
There is a work around that can be used to read the contents of a
.lintr file in the root of the working directory. This
would allow the use of configuration through
if filereadable(".lintr") let g:ale_r_lintr_options = join(readfile('.lintr')) endif
lintr can be integrated with Sublime Linter for on-the-fly linting.
sublimeLinter-contrib-lintr using Package Control.
For more information see Sublime Linter Docs
lintr can be integrated with Linter for on the fly linting.
linter-lintr from within Atom or on the
command line with:
For more information and bug reports see Atom linter-lintr.