I have just downloaded and installed Inspection-JS.
What I don't like:
1. Single file awareness - I would like to be able to configure packages
be handled intelligently (like in Java).
2. I got an exception in a Java file that IDEA said happened in
Inspection-JS, which makes me wander if Inspection-JS actually slows
down all of my editing.
3. I put in the debugger statement and Inspection-JS states "Expression
statement is not assignment or call". I would prefer a different warning
about having a forced debugger stop, as I never want to check that into
4. This one is an IntelliJ UI enhancement - Having all of the
inspections in 1 place is problematic as there are so many of them.
Either they are consolidated, i.e. ones that are implemented for
multiple languages do not appear separately (e.g. naming conventions) or
there should be an easy way to filter by file type.
I will continue using it and report as necessary.
I commend the effort to take on the IDEA APIs and provide better
awareness (which will lead to refactorability) It is not of great use