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Fix parsing typescript bodiless methods with the estree plugin also enabled #9890

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commented Apr 22, 2019

This fixes parsing of typescript bodiless methods when the estree plugin is also enabled. For context, I am adding TS support to react-docgen, which uses babel-parser with recast and therefore requires estree. reactjs/react-docgen#348

Currently, when both the typescript plugin and estree are enabled, code like the following causes a parsing error.

abstract class TSAbstractClass {
  abstract foo(name: string): boolean;

The problem was that the type was overridden prior to parsing, and the typescript plugin uses the type to determine whether a bodiless method is allowed. The PR fixes this issue by passing the original type through and only overriding it afterward.

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Fixed Issues? #9305
Patch: Bug Fix? 👍
Major: Breaking Change?
Minor: New Feature?
Tests Added + Pass? Yes
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Any Dependency Changes?
License MIT

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commented Apr 22, 2019

I'm not sure why CI is failing. Seems to be something related to preset-env. Looks like a few other PRs are also failing.


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commented Apr 22, 2019

Yeah, CI failure is unrelated.

danez approved these changes Apr 23, 2019
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