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/**
* Config file for API Extractor. For more info, please visit: https://api-extractor.com
*/
{
"$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/api-extractor/v7/api-extractor.schema.json",
/**
* Optionally specifies another JSON config file that this file extends from. This provides a way for
* standard settings to be shared across multiple projects.
*
* If the path starts with "./" or "../", the path is resolved relative to the folder of the file that contains
* the "extends" field. Otherwise, the first path segment is interpreted as an NPM package name, and will be
* resolved using NodeJS require().
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: none
* DEFAULT VALUE: ""
*/
// "extends": "./shared/api-extractor-base.json"
// "extends": "my-package/include/api-extractor-base.json"
/**
* Determines the "<projectFolder>" token that can be used with other config file settings. The project folder
* typically contains the tsconfig.json and package.json config files, but the path is user-defined.
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting.
*
* The default value for "projectFolder" is the token "<lookup>", which means the folder is determined by traversing
* parent folders, starting from the folder containing api-extractor.json, and stopping at the first folder
* that contains a tsconfig.json file. If a tsconfig.json file cannot be found in this way, then an error
* will be reported.
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <lookup>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<lookup>"
*/
// "projectFolder": "..",
/**
* (REQUIRED) Specifies the .d.ts file to be used as the starting point for analysis. API Extractor
* analyzes the symbols exported by this module.
*
* The file extension must be ".d.ts" and not ".ts".
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
*/
"mainEntryPointFilePath": "<projectFolder>/lib/index.d.ts",
/**
* Determines how the TypeScript compiler engine will be invoked by API Extractor.
*/
"compiler": {
/**
* Specifies the path to the tsconfig.json file to be used by API Extractor when analyzing the project.
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* Note: This setting will be ignored if "overrideTsconfig" is used.
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<projectFolder>/tsconfig.json"
*/
// "tsconfigFilePath": "<projectFolder>/tsconfig.json",
/**
* Provides a compiler configuration that will be used instead of reading the tsconfig.json file from disk.
* The object must conform to the TypeScript tsconfig schema:
*
* http://json.schemastore.org/tsconfig
*
* If omitted, then the tsconfig.json file will be read from the "projectFolder".
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: no overrideTsconfig section
*/
// "overrideTsconfig": {
// . . .
// }
/**
* This option causes the compiler to be invoked with the --skipLibCheck option. This option is not recommended
* and may cause API Extractor to produce incomplete or incorrect declarations, but it may be required when
* dependencies contain declarations that are incompatible with the TypeScript engine that API Extractor uses
* for its analysis. Where possible, the underlying issue should be fixed rather than relying on skipLibCheck.
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: false
*/
// "skipLibCheck": true,
},
/**
* Configures how the API report file (*.api.md) will be generated.
*/
"apiReport": {
/**
* (REQUIRED) Whether to generate an API report.
*/
"enabled": true,
/**
* The filename for the API report files. It will be combined with "reportFolder" or "reportTempFolder" to produce
* a full file path.
*
* The file extension should be ".api.md", and the string should not contain a path separator such as "\" or "/".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<unscopedPackageName>.api.md"
*/
// "reportFileName": "<unscopedPackageName>.api.md",
/**
* Specifies the folder where the API report file is written. The file name portion is determined by
* the "reportFileName" setting.
*
* The API report file is normally tracked by Git. Changes to it can be used to trigger a branch policy,
* e.g. for an API review.
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<projectFolder>/etc/"
*/
// "reportFolder": "<projectFolder>/etc/",
/**
* Specifies the folder where the temporary report file is written. The file name portion is determined by
* the "reportFileName" setting.
*
* After the temporary file is written to disk, it is compared with the file in the "reportFolder".
* If they are different, a production build will fail.
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<projectFolder>/temp/"
*/
// "reportTempFolder": "<projectFolder>/temp/"
},
/**
* Configures how the doc model file (*.api.json) will be generated.
*/
"docModel": {
/**
* (REQUIRED) Whether to generate a doc model file.
*/
"enabled": true,
/**
* The output path for the doc model file. The file extension should be ".api.json".
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<projectFolder>/temp/<unscopedPackageName>.api.json"
*/
// "apiJsonFilePath": "<projectFolder>/temp/<unscopedPackageName>.api.json"
},
/**
* Configures how the .d.ts rollup file will be generated.
*/
"dtsRollup": {
/**
* (REQUIRED) Whether to generate the .d.ts rollup file.
*/
"enabled": true,
/**
* Specifies the output path for a .d.ts rollup file to be generated without any trimming.
* This file will include all declarations that are exported by the main entry point.
*
* If the path is an empty string, then this file will not be written.
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<projectFolder>/dist/<unscopedPackageName>.d.ts"
*/
// "untrimmedFilePath": "<projectFolder>/dist/<unscopedPackageName>.d.ts",
/**
* Specifies the output path for a .d.ts rollup file to be generated with trimming for a "beta" release.
* This file will include only declarations that are marked as "@public" or "@beta".
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: ""
*/
// "betaTrimmedFilePath": "<projectFolder>/dist/<unscopedPackageName>-beta.d.ts",
/**
* Specifies the output path for a .d.ts rollup file to be generated with trimming for a "public" release.
* This file will include only declarations that are marked as "@public".
*
* If the path is an empty string, then this file will not be written.
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: ""
*/
// "publicTrimmedFilePath": "<projectFolder>/dist/<unscopedPackageName>-public.d.ts",
/**
* When a declaration is trimmed, by default it will be replaced by a code comment such as
* "Excluded from this release type: exampleMember". Set "omitTrimmingComments" to true to remove the
* declaration completely.
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: false
*/
// "omitTrimmingComments": true
},
/**
* Configures how the tsdoc-metadata.json file will be generated.
*/
"tsdocMetadata": {
/**
* Whether to generate the tsdoc-metadata.json file.
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: true
*/
// "enabled": true,
/**
* Specifies where the TSDoc metadata file should be written.
*
* The path is resolved relative to the folder of the config file that contains the setting; to change this,
* prepend a folder token such as "<projectFolder>".
*
* The default value is "<lookup>", which causes the path to be automatically inferred from the "tsdocMetadata",
* "typings" or "main" fields of the project's package.json. If none of these fields are set, the lookup
* falls back to "tsdoc-metadata.json" in the package folder.
*
* SUPPORTED TOKENS: <projectFolder>, <packageName>, <unscopedPackageName>
* DEFAULT VALUE: "<lookup>"
*/
// "tsdocMetadataFilePath": "<projectFolder>/dist/tsdoc-metadata.json"
},
/**
* Configures how API Extractor reports error and warning messages produced during analysis.
*
* There are three sources of messages: compiler messages, API Extractor messages, and TSDoc messages.
*/
"messages": {
/**
* Configures handling of diagnostic messages reported by the TypeScript compiler engine while analyzing
* the input .d.ts files.
*
* TypeScript message identifiers start with "TS" followed by an integer. For example: "TS2551"
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: A single "default" entry with logLevel=warning.
*/
"compilerMessageReporting": {
/**
* Configures the default routing for messages that don't match an explicit rule in this table.
*/
"default": {
/**
* Specifies whether the message should be written to the the tool's output log. Note that
* the "addToApiReportFile" property may supersede this option.
*
* Possible values: "error", "warning", "none"
*
* Errors cause the build to fail and return a nonzero exit code. Warnings cause a production build fail
* and return a nonzero exit code. For a non-production build (e.g. when "api-extractor run" includes
* the "--local" option), the warning is displayed but the build will not fail.
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: "warning"
*/
"logLevel": "warning",
/**
* When addToApiReportFile is true: If API Extractor is configured to write an API report file (.api.md),
* then the message will be written inside that file; otherwise, the message is instead logged according to
* the "logLevel" option.
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: false
*/
// "addToApiReportFile": false
},
// "TS2551": {
// "logLevel": "warning",
// "addToApiReportFile": true
// },
//
// . . .
},
/**
* Configures handling of messages reported by API Extractor during its analysis.
*
* API Extractor message identifiers start with "ae-". For example: "ae-extra-release-tag"
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: See api-extractor-defaults.json for the complete table of extractorMessageReporting mappings
*/
"extractorMessageReporting": {
"default": {
"logLevel": "warning",
// "addToApiReportFile": false
},
// "ae-extra-release-tag": {
// "logLevel": "warning",
// "addToApiReportFile": true
// },
//
// . . .
},
/**
* Configures handling of messages reported by the TSDoc parser when analyzing code comments.
*
* TSDoc message identifiers start with "tsdoc-". For example: "tsdoc-link-tag-unescaped-text"
*
* DEFAULT VALUE: A single "default" entry with logLevel=warning.
*/
"tsdocMessageReporting": {
"default": {
"logLevel": "warning",
// "addToApiReportFile": false
}
// "tsdoc-link-tag-unescaped-text": {
// "logLevel": "warning",
// "addToApiReportFile": true
// },
//
// . . .
}
}
}
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