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Nodejs and nuxtjs(v2.x) default behavior import resolution plugin for eslint-plugin-import.
Install ESLint either locally or globally.
$ npm install eslint --save-dev
If you installed ESLint globally, you have to install eslint-import-resolver-nuxt globally too. Otherwise, install it locally.
$ npm install eslint-import-resolver-nuxt --save-dev
Default Node-style module resolution plugin for eslint-plugin-import.
Published separately to allow pegging to a specific version in case of breaking changes.
Config is passed directly through to resolve as options:
settings: import/resolver: nuxt: # The path of project root # Useful if your project is part of a monorepo with multiple packages # if unset, default is process.cwd() rootDir: nuxt # The path of nuxt resource directory to relative rootDir # if unset, default is '' nuxtSrcDir: nuxt extensions: # if unset, default - '.mjs', '.js', '.json' and '.vue', but they must be re-added explicitly if set - .js - .jsx - .json - .vue - .mjs - .es6 - .coffee paths: # an array of absolute paths which will also be searched # think NODE_PATH - /usr/local/share/global_modules # this is technically for identifying `node_modules` alternate names moduleDirectory: - node_modules # defaults to 'node_modules', but... - bower_components - project/src # can add a path segment here that will act like # a source root, for in-project aliasing (i.e. # `import MyStore from 'stores/my-store'`)
or to use the default options:
settings: import/resolver: nuxt