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I've tried a few different variations of this and never found exactly what I wanted. I've finally leveled up enough in Emacs lisp to modify it to my liking. What my version does is look for a local eslint and if one is not found it falls back to a globally installed one: (defun configure-web-mode-flycheck-checkers () ;; See if there is a node_modules ...


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Installing aspell fixed my problem. brew install aspell


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Normally you may configure flycheck with what you need - see flycheck group of variables. But that may not be the best idea, since your path changes in another project. The package cmake-ide could instead manage all flycheck paths for your project and adds also compilation command. About a .clang-complete file, here it is my version: -DDEBUG -I/Library/...


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(add-to-list 'flycheck-disabled-checkers 'haskell-stack-ghc) The first argument to add-to-list is the name (more precisely the symbol) of the variable to modify. The second argument is the element (here again a symbol) to add. Both symbols need to be quoted since you need to pass the symbol itself to the function and not the value that the variable is bound ...


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(setq-default flycheck-disabled-checkers '(haskell-stack-ghc)) I had to set the above...


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