Well, it's more like a style problem, not the code. It only affects the size of bytes transmitted and not the speed of processing resulting JS. LiveScript, i believe, is a "filter" which produces nice JS code already with no need in additional lint.
My point is that this produced code could be nicer.
And you would be surprised how many programming errors can eslint catch on LiveScript generated code. I sure was.
With this generated code I cannot enable the rule catching unreachable code written by my programmers, because lsc itself is generating unreachable code.
The following snippets generate unreachable code (
break;) in switch:
JS linter running on compiled code is complaining on these.
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