Thanks to Dave Camp JSHint now supports list comprehensions, a declarative way of transforming a list:
[ for (i of [ 1, 2, 3 ]) i + 2 ]; // Returns [ 3, 4, 5 ]
Note: SpiderMonkey currently implements a slightly different syntax for list comprehensions which is also supported by JSHint.
|ae96e5c||Fixed #1220: Add typed array option, implied by 'node' option|
|27bd241||Fixed #1222: Update PhantomJS globals to 1.7 API|
|6c5a085||Fixed #1216: Support for array comprehensions using for-of (closed #1095)|
|83374ad||No issue: Remove /stable/ subdirectories|
|1a3c47f||Fixed #1174: Fixed a false positive 'destructuring assignment' warning (closed #1177)|
|303c535||Fixed #1183: Fix an issue with debugger warning pointing to a wrong line in some cases|
|a0b7181||No issue: Add helper programs to apply and land patches from GitHub|
|9c2b8dd||Fixed #1194: Don't look for a config when input is /dev/stdin|
|a17ae9e||Fixed #1189: Support spaces in /*global ... */|
|dcc1251||Fixed #1197: Make Rhino wrapper to be more consistent with NPM package.|
|96ea1a8||No issue: Split make.js into bin/build and bin/changelog|
|4ac19fa||No issue: Move JSHint config into package.json|
Thanks to Rob Wu, Ryan Cannon, Dave Camp, Amir Livneh, Josh Hoff, Nikolay S. Frantsev, Lapo Luchini, Lukas Domnick for sending patches!