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[Feature] Allow ignoring paths via package.json

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I propose adding a second top level key to package.json named eslintIgnore that contains an array of paths to be ignored (or not).

  • #698 landed support for eslintConfig in package.json and it help keep the root of the project tidy.
  • #4261 proposed merging .eslintignore with .eslintrc, but it was rejected because “config files cascade, and ignore files do not”.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:14 (7 by maintainers)

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kaicataldocommented, May 11, 2017

As discussed in today’s TSC meeting, this issue is now accepted.

kaicataldocommented, Jun 27, 2017

@HarrisonMc555 Ah, I see what you’re saying. There’s definitely assumed knowledge regarding how to upgrade a package using npm, but that isn’t specific to ESLint.

Maybe in the future we could include an install command and a link to npm’s docs? That being said, I think it’ll be difficult to always anticipate when that’s useful and when it’s extra noise - I think at some point it’s reasonable to assume knowledge about (or the ability to discover) how the package manager works.

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