type-import-codemod

1.0.1 • Public • Published

type-import-codemod

Combines your type and value imports together into a single statement, using Typescript 4.5's type modifier syntax.

Before:

import React, { useState } from 'react';
import type { ComponentProps } from 'react';
import type { AnotherType } from './types';

After:

import React, { useState, type ComponentProps } from 'react';
import type { AnotherType } from './types';

Note, the type import from react was placed at the end of the value imports, and the import from './types' was not changed. Type imports will not be modified, unless they can be combined into another import statement, as shown for the react imports.

Installation

npm install type-import-codemod

Usage

This is a jscodeshift transform, with a simple wrapper script to call jscodeshift for you. You should specify the file/directories to run the codemod on, as well as any other jscodeshift arguments that you need. The only argument added by this package is the transform.

For example:

npx type-import-codemod src --extensions=tsx --parser=tsx

This will run the transform on all files ending in .tsx in the ./src directory, using the correct parser.

Note: Be sure to commit changes to your files before running this tool, as it can potentially cause a lot of changes. If in doubt, use the --dry and --print flags to see what effect the transform will have, before it makes changes to your files.

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npm i type-import-codemod

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