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I'm hoping there is something to pick up when I have misspelled variables and comments to save me some time when I'm checking my code and reduce the potential for any errors.

I normally use IntelliJ IDE for Terraform on a MAC but also have VS code set up that I can use.

Is there a plugin for either I could use or even a different tool? I imaging variable might be difficult to lint due as I use underscores to separate words in my variable names so the tool would need to know to treat underscores as white space for linting purposes.

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terraform fmt

The terraform fmt command is used to rewrite Terraform configuration files to a canonical format and style.

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  • I already use that. – doug Dec 6 '20 at 21:34
  • Thanks anyway though. I'm after something to spell check for me. I use terraform fmt to formate run terraform plan to check it should run. But for spelling, I currently do git compare with branch then look through each bit I changed and copy all my comments and variable names I'm not 100% sure about to word and change any seportors for spaces then see if anything gets highlighted. It's just really not a time-efficient process for that part of it. – doug Dec 6 '20 at 21:46
  • @doug it might be easier using an IDE that has spell check (or a plugin thereof). – mikequentel Dec 9 '20 at 21:00
  • The issue I had when I last tried that in VS code was the spell check plugin I used thought all the resources were misspelled as it couldn't pick out words separated by underscores. So I need it to treat - . and _ as if they were spaces so it can tell if the words separated by them are spelled correctly. – doug Dec 11 '20 at 8:06
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VSCode has a Terraform Linter "l2fprod.terraform-fork" Have NOT tried it. Did a simple search terra + lint. HTH DrewBai

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You can use tflint project. It has lot of plugins for cloud providers. https://github.com/terraform-linters/tflint

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