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tslint loader for webpack


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Tslint loader for Webpack.


npm install tslint tslint-loader --save-dev

The package depends on Tslint 4.0+, no longer works with 3.* versions.


Apply the tslint loader as preLoader in your webpack configuration.

Webpack 2

module.exports = {
    module: {
        rules: [
                test: /\.ts$/,
                enforce: 'pre',
                loader: 'tslint-loader',
                options: { /* Loader options go here */ }

Webpack 1

module.exports = {
    module: {
        preLoaders: [
                test: /\.ts$/,
                loader: 'tslint-loader'

    tslint: { /* Loader options go here */ }

Loader options

    configuration: {
        rules: {
            quotemark: [true, 'double']

    // can specify a custom config file relative to current directory or with absolute path
    // 'tslint-custom.json'
    configFile: false,

    // tslint errors are displayed by default as warnings
    // set emitErrors to true to display them as errors
    emitErrors: false,

    // tslint does not interrupt the compilation by default
    // if you want any file with tslint errors to fail
    // set failOnHint to true
    failOnHint: true,

    // enables type checked rules like 'for-in-array'
    // uses tsconfig.json from current working directory
    typeCheck: false,

    // automatically fix linting errors
    fix: false,

    // can specify a custom tsconfig file relative to current directory or with absolute path
    // to be used with type checked rules
    tsConfigFile: 'tsconfig.json',

    // name of your formatter (optional)
    formatter: 'yourformatter',

    // path to directory containing formatter (optional)
    formattersDirectory: 'node_modules/tslint-loader/formatters/',

    // These options are useful if you want to save output to files
    // for your continuous integration server
    fileOutput: {
        // The directory where each file's report is saved
        dir: './foo/',

        // The extension to use for each report's filename. Defaults to 'txt'
        ext: 'xml',

        // If true, all files are removed from the report directory at the beginning of run
        clean: true,

        // A string to include at the top of every report file.
        // Useful for some report formats.
        header: '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>\n<checkstyle version="5.7">',

        // A string to include at the bottom of every report file.
        // Useful for some report formats.
        footer: '</checkstyle>'



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