We automatically enable the checks that we believe are most useful for your project by default. If you would like to fine-tune these checks, you can use the config editor, and also filter false-positives using the web-interface.
If you would like to start over, the most minimal configuration looks like this:
By default, Scrutinizer will analyze all files ending with
.js in your project. If you have generated code, or dependencies
embedded in your project, or would like to exclude your tests from the analysis, this can be achieved easily:
filter: excluded_paths: - tests/*
Learn more about excluding files from the analysis.
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