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[Fix]: Does not validate for LogicalExpression #2533



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@toshi-toma toshi-toma commented Dec 24, 2019

Fixes #2526.

const returnsConditionalJSX = strict ?
(returnsConditionalJSXConsequent && returnsConditionalJSXAlternate) :
(returnsConditionalJSXConsequent || returnsConditionalJSXAlternate);
return strict ?

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toshi-toma Dec 24, 2019
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I think strict property not used. So, I should probably remove strict property from isReturningJSXOrNull.

@toshi-toma toshi-toma changed the title [Fix]: Does not validate missing propTypes for LogicalExpression [Fix]: Does not validate for LogicalExpression Dec 25, 2019
ljharb approved these changes Dec 26, 2019
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@toshi-toma toshi-toma commented Dec 27, 2019


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