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Vue-router 3.1.x breaking change #3016

bigreddale opened this issue Nov 2, 2019 · 2 comments


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@bigreddale bigreddale commented Nov 2, 2019



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Steps to reproduce

Create a router-link with a to attribute that is a static string and wrap it around a child element (or elements) instead of using v-html

What is expected?

The router-link should render as an a tag with a correct href attribute and clicking the link should navigate through the router to the desired route.

Eg. Same code using router v3.0.7

What is actually happening?

The child elements are being rendered without the wrapping a tag. Note that About is not a link. In the example with router 3.0.7 About is correctly wrapped in an a tag that routes correctly on click.

I love the additional power added in the 3.1.0 update but please fix this breaking change.


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@bigreddale bigreddale commented Nov 2, 2019

I THINK this can be resolved with an additional check at

this['v-slot'] &&

Would verify that the developer is attempting to leverage the new scoped slot functionality.

Otherwise the example above evaluates as a scoped slot and falls into and is simply returned without a link around it.


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@posva posva commented Nov 2, 2019

You are using an outdated version of vue, you should updated it alongside vue-router. There were quite a few v-slot related fixes between 2.6.6 and 2.6.9 (that version makes it work)

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