Webpack-literate module resolution plugin for
💥Only "synchronous" Webpack configs are supported at the moment. If your config returns a
Promise, this will cause problems. Consider splitting your asynchronous configuration to a separate config.
Published separately to allow pegging to a specific version in case of breaking changes.
To use with
npm i eslint-import-resolver-webpack -g
or if you manage ESLint as a dev dependency:
# inside your project's working tree npm install eslint-import-resolver-webpack --save-dev
Will look for
webpack.config.js as a sibling of the first ancestral
config parameter may be provided with another filename/path either relative to the
package.json, or a complete, absolute path.
If multiple webpack configurations are found the first configuration containing a resolve section will be used. Optionally, the
config-index (zero-based) setting can be used to select a specific configuration.
--- settings: import/resolver: webpack # take all defaults
or with explicit config file name:
--- settings: import/resolver: webpack: config: 'webpack.dev.config.js'
or with explicit config file index:
--- settings: import/resolver: webpack: config: 'webpack.multiple.config.js' config-index: 1 # take the config at index 1
or with explicit config file path relative to your projects's working directory:
--- settings: import/resolver: webpack: config: './configs/webpack.dev.config.js'
or with explicit config object:
--- settings: import/resolver: webpack: config: resolve: extensions: - .js - .jsx
If your config relies on environment variables, they can be specified using the
env parameter. If your config is a function, it will be invoked with the value assigned to
--- settings: import/resolver: webpack: config: 'webpack.config.js' env: NODE_ENV: 'local' production: true