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Requires that a workspace package is configured with required ESLint plugins and rules
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Conformance is available on Enterprise plans

This Conformance check requires that ESLint plugins are configured correctly in your application, including:

These plugins help to catch common issues, and ensure that ESLint is set up to work with TypeScript where applicable.

A Conformance error occurred in test "ESLINT_RULES_REQUIRED".
These ESLint plugins must have rules configured to run: @typescript-eslint and import
To find out more information and how to fix this error, visit
If this violation should be ignored, add the following entry to
/apps/dashboard/.allowlists/ESLINT_RULES_REQUIRED.allowlist.json and
get approval from the appropriate person.
  "reason": "TODO: Add reason why this violation is allowed to be ignored.",
  "location": {
    "workspace": "dashboard"

This check requires that certain ESLint plugins are installed and rules within those plugins are configured to be errors. If you are missing required plugins, you will receive an error such as:

ESLint configuration is missing required security plugins:
  Missing plugins: eslint-comments
  Registered plugins: import and @typescript-eslint

If all the required plugins are installed but some rules are not configured to run or configured to be errors, you will receive an error such as:

`eslint-comments/no-unlimited-disable` must be specified as an error in the ESLint configuration, but is specified as off.

As a part of this test, some rules are forbidden from being disabled. If you disable those rules, you will receive an error such as:

Disabling these ESLint rules is not allowed.
Please see the ESLint documentation for each rule for how to fix.

For more information on ESLint plugins and rules, see plugins and rules.

The recommended approach for configuring ESLint in a monorepo is to have a shared ESLint config in an internal package. See the Turbo docs on ESLint to get started.

Once your monorepo has a shared ESLint config, you can add a .eslintrc.cjs file to the root folder of your workspace with the contents:

module.exports = {
  root: true,
  extends: ['eslint-config-custom/base'],

You should also add "eslint-config-custom": "workspace:*" to your devDependencies.

Last updated on February 21, 2024