Monorepo for all the tooling which enables ESLint to support TypeScript
See typescript-eslint.io for documentation.
See https://typescript-eslint.io/docs/development/architecture/packages for more details.
All of the packages are published with the same version number to make it easier to coordinate both releases and installations.
We publish a canary release on every successful merge to
main, so you never need to wait for a new stable version to make use of any updates.
Additionally, we promote to the
latest tag on NPM once per week, on Mondays at 1 pm Eastern.
The latest version under the
latest tag is:
The latest version under the
canary tag (latest commit to
(Note: The only exception to the automated publishes described above is when we are in the final phases of creating the next major version of the libraries - e.g. going from
2.x.x. During these periods, we manually publish
canary releases until we are happy with the release and promote it to
The version range of TypeScript currently supported by this parser is
These versions are what we test against.
We will always endeavor to support the latest stable version of TypeScript. Sometimes, but not always, changes in TypeScript will not require breaking changes in this project, and so we are able to support more than one version of TypeScript. In some cases, we may even be able to support additional pre-releases (i.e. betas and release candidates) of TypeScript, but only if doing so does not require us to compromise on support for the latest stable version.
Note that our packages have an open
peerDependency requirement in order to allow for experimentation on newer/beta versions of TypeScript.
If you use a non-supported version of TypeScript, the parser will log a warning to the console.
If you want to disable this warning, you can configure this in your
Please ensure that you are using a supported version before submitting any issues/bug reports.
See the value of
eslint declared in
This project makes an effort to support Active LTS and Maintenance LTS release statuses of Node according to Node's release document. Support for specific Current status releases are considered periodically.
TypeScript ESLint inherits from the original TypeScript ESLint Parser license, as the majority of the work began there. It is licensed under a permissive BSD 2-clause license.
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