Edit your web project file and include the following snippet before the tag.
The first line includes makes the tasks from my project available, and the second line includes the file that knows how to execute the JSLint tool. Following that I extend the build process to execute the RunJSLint target. If you are not familiar with this take a look at my article Inside MSBuild.
After you do this you may be prompted with a security warning from Visual Studio, you should pick 'Load Project Normally'. You can read more about how to disable it at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms228217.aspx. I chose to not have my installer set that registry flag. For the time being I think that users should make that decision themselves, although I would like to think I'm trustworthy J
With that being said keep in mind this is a V1 deal, so this may not work perfect. I am working to make sure that it works well, but it was kinda tricky to get this to work period!
As always I welcome your feedback and I will post more info about this later. Oh yeah by default from JSLint the GoodParts are enforced keep an eye on this blog, or send me a message, to see how to change that.
Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi