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Treat process.exit() the same as throw in code path analysis rules (node/process-exit-as-throw) #699

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feross opened this Issue Nov 23, 2016 · 2 comments

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feross commented Nov 23, 2016

This rule makes process.exit() get treated like a throw, which makes other eslint rules work better.

https://github.com/mysticatea/eslint-plugin-node/blob/master/docs/rules/process-exit-as-throw.md

(This rule depends on eslint-plugin-node, so we should only add it if we're already depending on the plugin due to #693)

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feross commented Nov 23, 2016

This causes no errors in the test suite.

@feross feross added this to the standard v10 milestone Feb 9, 2017

@feross feross changed the title Make the same code path as throw at process.exit() (process-exit-as-throw) Make the same code path as throw at process.exit() (node/process-exit-as-throw) Mar 2, 2017

@feross feross changed the title Make the same code path as throw at process.exit() (node/process-exit-as-throw) Treat process.exit() the same as throw in code path analysis rules (node/process-exit-as-throw) Mar 2, 2017

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feross commented Mar 2, 2017

This will be part of the standard v10 beta.

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