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docs(eslint-plugin): corrected no-unsupported-browser-code in roadmap as unimplemented #3407


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@JoshuaKGoldberg JoshuaKGoldberg commented May 19, 2021

Noticed in typescript-eslint/tslint-to-eslint-config#892: despite its name, the rule is about letting developers explicitly mark certain areas of code as specific to a browser.

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@bradzacher bradzacher changed the title fix: corrected no-unsupported-browser-code in roadmap as unimplemented docs(eslint-plugin): corrected no-unsupported-browser-code in roadmap as unimplemented May 21, 2021
@bradzacher bradzacher merged commit 2319b0e into typescript-eslint:master May 21, 2021
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