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tldr-lint is a command line tool designed to validate and lint tldr pages. It ensures that the markdown files used to create tldr pages follow a set of predefined guidelines and best practices. The tool helps maintain the quality and consistency of tldr pages across different platforms and contributors. tldr-lint provides detailed feedback and suggestions for improvements to help maintain a standardized format. It performs checks such as verifying the structure, formatting, and language used in the tldr pages. The linting process includes checking the presence and correctness of key sections like the title, description, usage, options, and examples. tldr-lint supports custom configuration options, allowing users to define their linting rules and preferences. It can be integrated into Continuous Integration (CI) pipelines to automatically validate tldr pages before merging them into a repository. tldr-lint is built using the Rust programming language, which ensures performance and reliability. Overall, tldr-lint makes it easier for maintainers and contributors to create high-quality tldr pages that provide concise and accurate documentation.

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