What if ESLint's configuration worked like elm-review?

Hey all!

I know a lot of you use both ESLint for your JavaScript projects, and similarly a lot of you use elm-review for your Elm projects. I really like elm-review's configuration system, and decided to figure out how it would look if we configured ESLint the same way. I have written down my findings in the article below.

While working on this, I figured out a few ways elm-review's configuration could be different, including things like

  • Adding Rule.ignoreIn with glob patterns
  • Adding Rule.onlyInDirectories and Rule.onlyInFiles functions
  • Having an override system

Please let me know what you think of these ideas (and the rest of the article about ESLint)!


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