I’ve found RockStar Optimizer and am currently testing it to see if it’s fit for purpose.
The plugin can be downloaded via Eclipse, the instructions can be found here: Installation Instructions
It seems the JsLint Plugin is a Validator, rather than a IDE extension like FDT.
(Although I’m having trouble adding a new repository with Eclipse, and my have to resort to downloading the zips.) Also, there a lot of Required Prerequisites so it’s taking bit of time to do!
I downloaded the following zips which are ‘prerequisites’ :
- And the non-SDK package wtp.
I then copied the files from the unzipped files to the ‘plugin’ or ‘features’ folder of my version of Eclipse.
I restarted Eclipse (After updating to 3.5.1), and opened a new view – Web, and viola my Eclipse is now capable of creating HTML pages with various assistants.
I’m currently having trouble updating my Eclipse at work to 3.5.1, found a possible solution at: Eclipse Update Problems: No Repository.