Linting non-inclusive language with blocklint

Blocklint is a simple command line utility for finding non-inclusive wording with an emphasis on source code. If you’ve used a modern IDE, you know the importance of immediate feedback for compilation errors or even stylistic slip-ups.  Knowing all variables should be declared or that lines must be less than 80 characters long is good, but adhering to those rules takes a back seat when in the flow of writing code.  A linter brings these issues back into your consciousness by highlighting the problematic lines of code.  Over time, the enforced style becomes more intuitive but the linter is always there to nudge you if you slip.

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