vfile-reporter

vfile utility to create a report for a file

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vfile utility to create a report.
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Contents

*   [`reporter(files[, options])`](#reporterfiles-options)
*   [`Options`](#options)

What is this?

This package create a textual report from files showing the warnings that occurred while processing. Many CLIs of tools that process files, whether linters (such as ESLint) or bundlers (such as esbuild), have similar functionality.

When should I use this?

You can use this package when you want to display a report about what occurred while processing to a human.
There are other reportersreporters that display information differently listed in vfile.

Install

This package is ESM onlyesm. In Node.js (version 16+), install with npm:
npm install vfile-reporter

In Deno with esm.shesmsh:
import {reporter} from 'https://esm.sh/vfile-reporter@8'

In browsers with esm.shesmsh:
<script type="module">
  import {reporter} from 'https://esm.sh/vfile-reporter@8?bundle'
</script>

Use

Say our module example.js looks as follows:
import {VFile} from 'vfile'
import {reporter} from 'vfile-reporter'

const one = new VFile({path: 'test/fixture/1.js'})
const two = new VFile({path: 'test/fixture/2.js'})

one.message('Warning!', {line: 2, column: 4})

console.error(reporter([one, two]))

…now running node example.js yields:
test/fixture/1.js
2:4 warning Warning!

test/fixture/2.js: no issues found

⚠ 1 warning

API

This package exports the identifier reporterapi-reporter. That value is also the default export.

reporter(files[, options])

Create a report from one or more files.
Parameters
— files to report
— configuration
Returns
Report (string).

Options

Configuration (TypeScript type).
Fields
  • color (boolean, default: true when in Node.js and
[color is supported][supports-color], or `false`)
— use ANSI colors in report
  • defaultName (string, default: '<stdin>')
— Label to use for files without file path; if one file and no `defaultName`
is given, no name will show up in the report
  • verbose (boolean, default: false)
— show message notes, URLs, and ancestor stack trace if available
  • quiet (boolean, default: false)
— do not show files without messages
  • silent (boolean, default: false)
— show errors only; this hides info and warning messages, and sets
`quiet: true`
  • traceLimit (number, default: 10)
— max number of nodes to show in ancestors trace); ancestors can be shown
when `verbose: true`

Example

Here’s a small example that looks through a markdown AST for emphasis and strong nodes, and checks whether they use *. The message has detailed information which will be shown in verbose mode.
example.js:
import {fromMarkdown} from 'mdast-util-from-markdown'
import {visitParents} from 'unist-util-visit-parents'
import {VFile} from 'vfile'
import {reporter} from 'vfile-reporter'

const file = new VFile({
  path: new URL('example.md', import.meta.url),
  value: '# *hi*, _world_!'
})
const value = String(file)
const tree = fromMarkdown(value)
visitParents(tree, (node, parents) => {
  if (node.type === 'emphasis' || node.type === 'strong') {
    const start = node.position?.start.offset

    if (start !== undefined && value.charAt(start) === '_') {
      const m = file.message('Expected `*` (asterisk), not `_` (underscore)', {
        ancestors: [...parents, node],
        place: node.position,
        ruleId: 'attention-marker',
        source: 'some-lint-example'
      })
      m.note = `It is recommended to use asterisks for emphasis/strong attention when
writing markdown.

There are some small differences in whether sequences can open and/or close…`
      m.url = 'https://example.com/whatever'
    }
  }
})

console.error(reporter([file], {verbose: false}))

…running node example.js yields:
/Users/tilde/Projects/oss/vfile-reporter/example.md
1:9-1:16 warning Expected `*` (asterisk), not `_` (underscore) attention-marker some-lint-example

⚠ 1 warning

To show the info, pass verbose: true to reporter, and run again: and see:
/Users/tilde/Projects/oss/vfile-reporter/example.md
1:9-1:16 warning Expected `*` (asterisk), not `_` (underscore) attention-marker some-lint-example
  [url]:
    https://example.com/whatever
  [note]:
    It is recommended to use asterisks for emphasis/strong attention when
    writing markdown.

    There are some small differences in whether sequences can open and/or close…
  [trace]:
    at emphasis (1:9-1:16)
    at heading (1:1-1:17)
    at root (1:1-1:17)

⚠ 1 warning

Types

This package is fully typed with TypeScript. It exports the additional type Optionsapi-options.

Compatibility

Projects maintained by the unified collective are compatible with maintained versions of Node.js.
When we cut a new major release, we drop support for unmaintained versions of Node. This means we try to keep the current release line, vfile-reporter@^8, compatible with Node.js 16.

Security

Use of vfile-reporter is safe.

Related

— create a JSON report
— create a pretty report
— create a jUnit report
— create a report with content excerpts

Contribute

See contributing.mdcontributing in vfile/.githubhealth for ways to get started. See support.mdsupport for ways to get help.
This project has a code of conductcoc. By interacting with this repository, organisation, or community you agree to abide by its terms.

License

MITlicense © Titus Wormerauthor