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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/addon/edit/closebrackets.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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test/jasmine/jasmine-html.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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*/
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jasmineRequire.html = function(j$) {
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  j$.ResultsNode = jasmineRequire.ResultsNode();
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  j$.HtmlReporter = jasmineRequire.HtmlReporter(j$);
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  j$.QueryString = jasmineRequire.QueryString();
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  j$.HtmlSpecFilter = jasmineRequire.HtmlSpecFilter();
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};
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jasmineRequire.HtmlReporter = function(j$) {
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  var noopTimer = {
test/jasmine/jasmine-html.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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test/jasmine/jasmine-html.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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test/jasmine/jasmine-html.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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test/tests.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/mode/javascript/test.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/mode/javascript/test.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/mode/javascript/test.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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libs/codemirror/mode/javascript/test.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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test/jasmine/console.js new-cap   (kritika/ESLint)
A function with a name starting with an uppercase letter should only be used as a constructor
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