Simple way to refactor your code to use the new prop-types package that has been separated out of the core react package.
I was working with few projects to audit and that was the n-th time i saw a project started about an year ago or so, where prop type check was still done from React core package.
The movement of prop-types from
prop-types is as mundane a task possible and that was a reason to write a simpler way of getting the code updated.
Usage: move-prop-types|mpt [options] [file|folder]Options:-V, --version output the version number-I, --install install the latest prop-types package and then continue with rest of the commands-P, --path input path information of the file to update-F, --folder input folder info where all the files would be updated-h, --help output usage information
To install globally, run
npm i -g move-prop-types
and now you should be able to run the package via
mpt and for single files by invoking
mpt -P <folder>/<filename>.<ext>
,currently supports usage on .js or .jsx files. For folder level usage, try using
mpt -F <folder>
If you feel lazy and lucky, try using
-I in the command and we install
prop-types for you in your project for you. :)
Please do share your comments as well comments and do raise issues for any specific requests or bugs you face.
- test cases for the code
- implement es5 support
- refactor code in a more efficient way.
move-prop-types is released under MIT license. LICENSE