Link Tilde creates a symlink in
node_modules/~ to your configured directory, so you don't have to do voodoo to get ESLint and Flowtype to get nicer import paths.
npm install --save link-tilde
Merge this into your
npx link-tilde manually (first time).
After the setup, you can start requiring modules like
~/something in your project, and they should work without an issue.
The contents of this repository/package are licensed under the terms of the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more info.