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operator-linebreak for symbol `=` and `&&`

See original GitHub issue

hi guys, sorry about this issue.

I catch this situation:

        const { name, type } = typeof subject === 'object'
            ? subject

fixed to:

        const { name, type } =
          typeof subject === 'object'
            ? subject
            : {
                name: subject,
                type: 'null',

but the rule is:

'operator-linebreak': ["error", "before",  { "overrides": { "=": "ignore", "+=": "ignore", "-=": "ignore", "?=": "ignore", "*=": "ignore", "/=": "ignore" } }],

nodejs, eslint, prettier, typescript - latest.

if u know in what file n at what line I can look for to fix - I’ll be thankful n will try to fix this bug.



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Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:5 (4 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

nzakascommented, Oct 14, 2020

@anikethsaha please leave the evaluating label until the issue is closed or accepted.

nzakascommented, Oct 16, 2020

Closing as it seems like this isn’t an issue for ESLint itself to address.

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