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re: Using ESLint and Prettier in a TypeScript Project VIEW POST

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I'm battling a little bit with this one.. In addition to the typical src/ folder, my project also has a scripts/ folder which contains custom JS based build/test/release helper scripts to run with Node.

I placed an .eslintrc file in the project root with the TypeScript configuration, which appears to be working fine, but regardless of what I do in the scripts/.eslintrc file, the linter keeps trying to apply my TypeScript rules to my JaveScript files.

Isn't ESLint supposed to use the closest config file when linting subfolders? Is there any way to explicitly tell it do so?

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