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    eslint-config-le0nik

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    eslint-config-le0nik

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    This package provides opinionated sensible shareable Eslint configs.

    NOTE: This package is in active development. Each change in minor version probably breaks API. Post 1.0 will indicate stability and will adhere to Semantic Versioning.

    Usage

    This package exports the following ESLint configurations for your usage.

    le0nik

    Our default export contains all of our ESLint rules for ES6+.

    It does not include rules for node, react, lodash or jsdoc. You need to add those from

    respectively, if you need.

    It requires:

    • eslint
    • babel-eslint
    • eslint-plugin-babel
    • eslint-plugin-import

    You can extend/override the rules for this config. You can find the list of rules:

    Installation:

    1. npm install --save-dev eslint-config-le0nik eslint-plugin-import eslint-plugin-babel babel-eslint eslint
    2. add "extends": ["le0nik"] to your .eslintrc.* config.

    le0nik/legacy

    Lints ES5 and below.

    It does not include rules for node, react, lodash or jsdoc. You need to add those from

    respectively, if you need.

    It requires:

    • eslint
    • eslint-plugin-import

    You can extend/override the rules for this config. You can find the list of rules:

    Installation:

    1. npm install --save-dev eslint-config-le0nik eslint-plugin-import eslint
    2. add "extends": ["le0nik/legacy"] to your .eslintrc.* config.

    le0nik/node

    Lints Node.js code.

    It includes Node.js rules only.

    It requires:

    • eslint

    You can extend/override the rules for this config. You can find the list of rules here.

    Installation:

    1. npm install --save-dev eslint-config-le0nik eslint
    2. add "extends": ["le0nik/node"] to your .eslintrc.* config.

    le0nik/react

    Lints React.js/JSX code.

    It includes React/JSX rules only.

    It requires:

    • eslint
    • eslint-plugin-react

    You can extend/override the rules for this config. You can find the list of rules here.

    Installation:

    1. npm install --save-dev eslint-config-le0nik eslint-plugin-react eslint
    2. add "extends": ["le0nik/react"] to your .eslintrc.* config.

    le0nik/lodash

    Lints lodash v4 code.

    It includes lodash rules only.

    It requires:

    • eslint
    • eslint-plugin-lodash

    It only supports the default import of lodash, e.g.

    var _ = require('lodash') or import _ from 'lodash'

    It does not support the usage of:

    • lodash/fp
    • import of separate methods, like
      • var map = require('lodash/map') or
      • var map = require('lodash').map
    • usage of a name, other than _ as your lodash identifier (can be changed, read below)

    In your .eslintrc.* config you can change the lodash identifier, that this config is going to look for, like this:

    {
      "extends": ["le0nik/lodash"],
      "settings": {
        "lodash": {
          "pragma": "_" // default
        }
      }
    }
    

    You can extend/override the rules for this config. You can find the list of rules here.

    Installation:

    1. npm install --save-dev eslint-config-le0nik eslint-plugin-lodash eslint
    2. add "extends": ["le0nik/lodash"] to your .eslintrc.* config.

    le0nik/jsdoc

    Enables requirement for valid JSDoc comments.

    It includes JSDoc rules only.

    It requires:

    • eslint

    You can extend/override the rules for this config. You can find the list of rules here.

    Installation:

    1. npm install --save-dev eslint-config-le0nik eslint
    2. add "extends": ["le0nik/jsdoc"] to your .eslintrc.* config.

    You should combine these configurations(order does matter) to get the desired rulesets. For example:

    ES6+, node and react(with jsx):

    {
      "extends": ["le0nik", "le0nik/node" "le0nik/react"]
    }
    

    ES6+, JSDoc and lodash:

    {
      "extends": ["le0nik", "le0nik/jsdoc", le0nik/lodash"]
    }
    

    ES5, node and react(with jsx):

    {
      "extends": ["le0nik/legacy", "le0nik/node" "le0nik/react]
    }
    

    Override config rule:

    Overrides quotes: [2, "single"]

    {
      "extends": ["le0nik"],
      "rules": {
        "quotes": [2, "double"],
      }
    }
    

    Note for eslint-plugin-import rule, if you use default or legacy config.

    It has import/no-unresolved rule enabled and by default uses Node.js resolver.

    If you are going to use webpack with loaders specified in require/import, then you might want to install eslint-import-resolver-webpack.

    If you use another module bundler, that lets you use custom paths in require/import, then you might want to read this.

    Or you can disable this rule entirely, although I find it very useful.

    {
      "extends": [
        "le0nik" // or "le0nik/legacy"
      ],
      "rules": {
        "import/no-unresolved": 0
      }
    }
    

    License

    MIT License

    Install

    npm i eslint-config-le0nik

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