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    @imhoff/eslint-config

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    @imhoff/eslint-config

    My personal ESLint config.

    This is meant to be used alongside Prettier (with @imhoff/prettier-config).

    Usage

    1. Remove existing .eslintrc.* file, if present.

    2. Install eslint and the config.

      npm install -D eslint @imhoff/eslint-config
      
    3. Add the following to package.json:

      "eslintConfig": {
        "extends": "@imhoff/eslint-config/recommended"
      },

    📝 You can also use the base rule set: @imhoff/eslint-config

    With Prettier and @imhoff/prettier-config

    1. Set up Prettier and @imhoff/prettier-config.

    2. When using with Prettier and @imhoff/prettier-config, ESLint should run first. Set up your scripts in package.json like this:

        "scripts": {
          "lint": "npm run eslint && npm run prettier -- --check",
          "fmt": "npm run eslint -- --fix && npm run prettier -- --write",
          "prettier": "prettier \"**/*.ts\"",
          "eslint": "eslint . --ext .ts",
        }
      • npm run lint: for checking if ESLint and Prettier complain
      • npm run fmt: attempt to autofix lint issues and autoformat code

      📝 Not every rule in this configuration is autofixable, so npm run fmt may continue failing until lint issues are addressed manually.

    With Captain Hook

    1. Install captainhook:

      npm install -D captainhook
      
    2. Add the following to package.json:

      "hooks": {
        "pre-commit": "npm run lint"
      },

    Install

    npm i @imhoff/eslint-config

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    2.2.1

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