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Maël Nison Author

Which version of ESLint do you use? It's only since ESLint 6 that plugins are loaded relative to the configuration that declares them. Otherwise, if you have the name of the shared config, maybe we can check whether they do something custom?

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Jan Brummelte

Thanks for the fast reply, I'm using the latest ESLint version (6.8.0).

I'm trying to use my own eslint config (github.com/brummelte/eslint-config) with yarn 2.

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Maël Nison Author

I think the problem is that the extends directives (and probably parser too) are supposed to use require.resolve in order to be fully portable. Cf what I did here for the Gatsby config:

github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby/pull/20...

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Jan Brummelte • Edited

Thanks, I thought exactly the same and I've tried that. It still didn't work. But I will try again tomorrow to really make sure.

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Jan Brummelte

I thought our biggest problem will be resolve aliases in the webpack config, from reading the migration guide. They should be replaced by using the "link:" notation. But we use dynamic aliases based on environment variables. "~custom" will be replaced depending on what customer we want to target. That seems to not be possible (dynamically).

But I can't even get to that point. I've already fixed a lot of problems, but now I'm stuck at:

webpack.config.babel.js:3
import path from "path";
       ^^^^

SyntaxError: Unexpected identifier

I've upgraded webpack (v4 not v5) and babel to the latest version and it still doesn't work.

Thanks for all the work you are putting in, I will continue debugging it tomorrow.

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Maël Nison Author

Note that this section of the migration guide isn't needed anymore (at least for Webpack), as we merged an improvement that doesn't make the PnP plugin incompatible with aliases anymore. The website still needs to be updated though 😅

github.com/arcanis/pnp-webpack-plu...

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