Flycheck a directory and report the results21 Sep 2015, by Artur Malabarba.
This weekend I found myself doing some heavy-weight refactoring in CIDER. This is the kind of situation where Flycheck helps a lot, but I still needed it to do a bit more. Every time I made a significant change to a file, I had to visit 3 or 5 other files and trigger Flycheck on each one of them. It wasn’t long before I decide there had to be a way to just Flycheck a whole directory.
endless/flycheck-dir. This command runs Flycheck on all files in the
current directory and reports the result to the
*Compile-Log* buffer. You can
then navigate through all issues for the entire directory by TAB-ing through
the buffer or using