Jul 10 2014

Comment by Seth Spearman on JSHint for SublimeText2 doesn’t find node.js path even if it’s right

I was having this issue with html-css-js.prettify. In the end none of these issues worked for me and I had to comment out line 58-62 of HTMLPrettify.py so that the only line left would look up the path with the line... node = settings.get("node_path") I restarted SublimeText and it started working.
Jul 10 2014

Answer by Seth Spearman for How do I specify the path to node in SublimeText3 for Sublime-JSHint plugin in Windows

I was having this issue with html-css-js.prettify. In the end none of these issues worked for me and I had to comment out line 58-62 of HTMLPrettify.py so that the only line left would look up the path with the line...

node = settings.get("node_path")

I restarted SublimeText and it started working.

I imagine a similar solution might work for JSHint.

Jul 10 2014

Answer by Seth Spearman for How do I specify the path to node in SublimeText3 for Sublime-JSHint plugin in Windows

I was having this issue with html-css-js.prettify. In the end none of these issues worked for me and I had to comment out line 58-62 of HTMLPrettify.py so that the only line left would look up the path with the line...
node = settings.get("node_path")
I restarted SublimeText and it started working. I imagine a similar solution might work for JSHint.
Jul 02 2014

Orchard CMS not showing Tenant settings in dashboard even with module enabled

        I have an orchard installation where the MultiTenancy module is enabled.
My understanding is that enabling that feature should have an enabled a Tenant link in the admin dashboard. Such a link is not appearing. Is there something else I need to do beside enable the module. If not, then how do I go about troubleshooting the issue. Seth EDIT
ok.. I looked at the logs folder and found the probably cause of the error... 'Orchard.Environment.Configuration.TenantState' does not contain a constructor that takes 1 arguments Ideas. Seth