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tslint-plugin-prettier

2.3.0 • Public • Published

tslint-plugin-prettier

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Runs Prettier as a TSLint rule and reports differences as individual TSLint issues.

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Sample

a();;;
    ~~
;;;
~~~ [Delete `;;⏎;;;`]
var foo = ''
          ~~ [Replace `''` with `"";⏎`]
var foo= "";
       ~ [Insert `·`]

Install

# using npm 
npm install --save-dev tslint-plugin-prettier prettier
 
# using yarn 
yarn add --dev tslint-plugin-prettier prettier

(require prettier@^1.9.0)

Usage

(tslint.json)

for tslint@^5.2.0

{
  "rulesDirectory": ["tslint-plugin-prettier"],
  "rules": {
    "prettier": true
  }
}

for tslint@^5.0.0

{
  "extends": ["tslint-plugin-prettier"],
  "rules": {
    "prettier": true
  }
}

NOTE: To use this plugin, it'd better to also use tslint-config-prettier to disable all prettier-related rules, so as to avoid conflicts between existed rules.

Options

  • If there is no option provided, it'll try to load config file and/or .editorconfig if possible, uses Prettier's default option if not found.

    {
      "extends": ["tslint-plugin-prettier"],
      "rules": {
        "prettier": true
      }
    }

    If you don't want to load .editorconfig, disable it in the third argument.

    {
      "extends": ["tslint-plugin-prettier"],
      "rules": {
        "prettier": [true, null, { "editorconfig": false }]
      }
    }
  • If you'd like to specify which config file to use, just put its path (relative to process.cwd()) in the second argument, the following example shows how to load the config file from <cwd>/configs/.prettierrc:

    {
      "extends": ["tslint-plugin-prettier"],
      "rules": {
        "prettier": [true, "configs/.prettierrc"]
      }
    }
  • If you'd like to specify options manually, just put Prettier Options in the second argument, for example:

    {
      "extends": ["tslint-plugin-prettier"],
      "rules": {
        "prettier": [true, { "singleQuote": true }]
      }
    }

Ignoring files

  • It will respect your .prettierignore file in your project root ( process.cwd() ) but if you would like to use a different file you can provide it in the third argument, for example:

    {
      "extends": ["tslint-plugin-prettier"],
      "rules": {
        "prettier": [true, null, { "ignorePath": "otherDirectory/.prettierignore" }]
      }
    }
     

Development

# lint 
yarn run lint
 
# build 
yarn run build
 
# test 
yarn run test

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License

MIT © Ika

Install

npm i tslint-plugin-prettier

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