# via yarn $ yarn global add decaffeinate # via npm $ npm install -g decaffeinate $ decaffeinate input.coffee input.coffee → input.js
Alternatively, paste code into the online repl to immediately see the output.
Complete. The project is stable enough for production use, and has been used to convert tens of thousands of lines of production code. The conversion process has been extensively tested and there are few or no known correctness bugs, although no guarantees are made.
Here are some popular open source CoffeeScript projects and their current status when run through decaffeinate. Each project has a decaffeinate-specific fork that is re-created from the original repo once per day.
|Project||Lines of CoffeeScript||Conversion status||Test status|
To contribute to this list, send a pull request to the decaffeinate-examples project.
In addition, decaffeinate has been used on private codebases within various companies, such as Square, Benchling, and Bugsnag. See this blog post from Bugsnag to read about their experiences using decaffeinate.
If you run into crashes or correctness issues, or you have suggestions on how decaffeinate could be improved, feel free to file an issue on the issues page.
--literate: Treat the input file as Literate CoffeeScript.
--disable-suggestion-comment: Do not include a comment with followup suggestions at the top of the output file.
--no-array-includes: Do not use
Array.prototype.includesin generated code.
--use-optional-chaining: Use the upcoming optional chaining syntax for operators like
--loose-js-modules: Allow named exports when converting to JS modules.
--safe-import-function-identifiers: Comma-separated list of function names that may safely be in the
requiresection of the file. All other function calls will disqualify later
requires from being converted to
constfor most variables in output code.
--loose: Enable all
--loose-default-params: Convert CS default params to JS default params.
--loose-for-expressions: Do not wrap expression loop targets in
--loose-for-of: Do not wrap JS
for...ofloop targets in
--loose-includes: Do not wrap in
--loose-comparison-negation: Allow unsafe simplifications like
!(a > b)to
a <= b.
--disable-babel-constructor-workaround: Never include the Babel/TypeScript workaround code to allow
--disallow-invalid-constructors: Give an error when constructors use
superor omit the
supercall in a subclass.
For more usage details, see the output of