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eslint-config-prettier

Turns off all rules that are unnecessary or might conflict with Prettier.

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What is eslint-config-prettier?

The eslint-config-prettier npm package is used to disable all formatting-related ESLint rules that might conflict with Prettier. This allows developers to use both ESLint and Prettier without having to deal with conflicting formatting rules. It ensures that ESLint focuses on code-quality rules, and Prettier takes care of code formatting.

What are eslint-config-prettier's main functionalities?

Disabling conflicting rules

By extending eslint-config-prettier in your ESLint configuration file, you can turn off all rules that are unnecessary or might conflict with Prettier.

{ "extends": ["prettier"] }

Integration with other ESLint configs

eslint-config-prettier can be easily integrated with other ESLint configurations like Airbnb by placing it last in the extends array, which ensures that it will override any other formatting rules that might conflict with Prettier.

{ "extends": ["airbnb", "prettier"] }

Support for plugins

eslint-config-prettier provides support for disabling conflicting rules from various ESLint plugins, such as React or TypeScript, ensuring compatibility across different codebases.

{ "extends": ["prettier/react", "prettier/@typescript-eslint"] }

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Version 9.1.0 (2023-12-02)

  • Added: [unicorn/template-indent], (as a [special rule][unicorn/template-indent-special]). Thanks to Gürgün Dayıoğlu (@gurgunday)!
  • Changed: All the [formatting rules that were deprecated in ESLint 8.53.0][deprecated-8.53.0] are now excluded if you set the ESLINT_CONFIG_PRETTIER_NO_DEPRECATED environment variable.

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eslint-config-prettier

Turns off all rules that are unnecessary or might conflict with Prettier.

This lets you use your favorite shareable config without letting its stylistic choices get in the way when using Prettier.

Note that this config only turns rules off, so it only makes sense using it together with some other config.

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Last updated on 02 Dec 2023

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