Thanks Martin, nicely put together. Do you happen to know how to deal with errors from eslint when linting files in folders beginning/ending with double underscores? like __ mocks __ (spaces added to avoid markdown formatting) ? I see errors like these and can't see a way around it:
No files matching the pattern "./src/mocks" were found.
Please check for typing mistakes in the pattern.
Im not martin but maybe your shell treats it like special characters. Try escape those.
Ah ha - changing from
"lint": "eslint --fix ./src/*"
"lint": "eslint --fix './src/*/'"
sorted it. Cheers
(I use zsh)
Hey Ross! Really sorry I missed your comment but glad you got it sorted out - I think escaping it is definitely the way to go, apologies for missing that out in my post.
I will update accordingly, I massively appreciate you letting me know!
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