Oh man, I just had a really annoying redux-toolkit error...
Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'mySlice')
This was caused by a circular dependency in my file structure. I have a file structure like this...
stuff -> store -> index.ts reducer.ts selectors.ts feature -> store -> index.ts slice.ts selectors.ts
Any code outside of the store files references store stuff via the index.tx which just exports all the other files.
My problem was a selector referencing a selector from a higher level in my store structure via another index.ts. The reducer at this higher level was referencing the slice at the lower level, again via index.ts.
This is a circular reference. To fix it, I chose to remove the higher level index.ts and reference the selector file directly.
Hope this helps somebody.
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I know the feeling, but I still love index.ts barrel files. My approach is to always use relative imports inside a module and to use aliases (with index.ts) only when importing from outside. A module for me is a folder containing something independent enough from the rest, not just any folder. This way you can safely remove some index.ts files without messing with the imports