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Does anyone know of a javascript editing mode that supports the es6 syntax additions (arrow functions, extends, imports, generators, etc.)? I've done some quick searching but it looks like so far everyone just uses js2-mode and ignores the syntax errors.

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If you don't mind installing some npm modules it looks like eslint+flycheck could do the trick like described here.

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