Titus Titus - 5 months ago 79
Javascript Question

experimentalObjectRestSpread not working in ESLint

I'm trying to get ESLint to let me use object rest/spread. Despite my best efforts I keep getting this error:

[js] Property assignment expected.


when I hover over the elipses (
...
) with the red squiggly.

alt

My
.eslinstrc.json
looks like this:

{
"extends": "airbnb",
"plugins": [
"react"
],
"parserOptions": {
"ecmaFeatures": {
"experimentalObjectRestSpread": true
}
},
"rules": {
"no-console": 0
}
}


I know for sure that the prefs are getting read, as the
no-console
rule,
react
plugin, and
airbnb
style guide is working as expected.

To enable object rest/spread,
experimentalObjectRestSpread
is the key here (haha), and it seems to be working for other people. However it refuses to work for me. I'm at a loss
\o/


Update: I'm using Visual Studio Code v1.2.1

Answer

Am I right assuming you are using vscode? I think the error comes from vscode itself. Otherwise the error message would start with [eslint] instead of [js].

It looks like vscode currently doesn't support object spread operators (see: Issue on Github).

You could disable JavaScript validation with the setting { "javascript.validate.enable": false }.

Another alternative would be Object.assign:

const foo = {
  a: 1
};
const bar = 'bar';
const res = Object.assign(
    {},
    foo,
    {bar}
);
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