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    eslint-config-buildo

    0.2.2 • Public • Published

    eslint-config-buildo

    buildo's eslint shared config

    Usage

    In your project's .eslintrc

    {
      "extends": "buildo"
    }

    If you need to override or turn off rules:

    {
      "extends": "buildo",
      "rules": {
        "comma-dangle": 0, // disable trailing commas
        "jsx-quotes": "prefer-double" // change
      }
    }

    You will need the following npm packages:

    npm i --save-dev babel-eslint\
                     eslint\
                     eslint-config-buildo

    If you'd rather install them globally, you need to explictly require some plugins as well:

    npm i -g babel-eslint\
             eslint\
             eslint-config-buildo\
             eslint-plugin-no-copy-paste-default-export\
             eslint-plugin-no-loops\
             eslint-plugin-react

    Proposing a new rule

    If you are proposing a new rule, you can use linto to pre-check whether it will cause new errors or warnings in the existing projects.

    First, get the latest version of linto:

    yarn global add linto
    # or if you have time
    npm install -g linto
    

    Then you can use the configuration you'll find in this repo as a base.

    Example

    Suppose you want to propose the addition of guard-for-in. Edit the linto-config.yml by adding the rule under test to the eslintConfig section:

    repos:
      // ...
    eslintConfig:
      // ...
      rules:
        guard-for-in: 2
    }

    Then run linto

    linto run -c linto-config.yml

    This will generate a report that you can copy-paste on a GitHub issue.

    NOTE

    linto purposely ignores the project-specific configurations, so you may run into errors not directly related to the rule under test. If that's the case, simply turn off the offending rules in the configuration, to get more precise results. For instance, if you get a lot of max-len errors, just do:

    repos:
      // ...
    eslintConfig:
      // ...
      rules:
        max-len: 0
        guard-for-in: 2

    You can also do the same for a single repo. For example, this turns off the semi rule only for the 'buildo/foo' repo:

    repos:
      owner: buildo
        name: foo
        eslintConfig:
          rules:
            semi: 0
      // ...
    eslintConfig:
      // ...
      rules:
        guard-for-in: 2

    Proposing a new plugin

    Similarly to rules, you can test new plugins (and their rules). If you add any entries to the plugins section of the ESLint configuration, they will get installed and made available while linto runs.

    Example

    Suppose you want to propose the addition of eslint-plugin-import. Proceed like before, using a configuration like:

    repos:
      // ...
    eslintConfig:
      // ...,
      plugins:
        - import
      rules:
        import/named: 2

    Install

    npm i eslint-config-buildo

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    Version

    0.2.2

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • marcopiii
    • gabro
    • veej
    • giogonzo
    • tpetrucciani
    • malpenzibo
    • federico.ercoles