# vue/script-setup-uses-vars

prevent <script setup> variables used in <template> to be marked as unused

  • ⚠️ This rule was deprecated.


This rule is not needed when using vue-eslint-parser v9.0.0 or later.

ESLint no-unused-vars rule does not detect variables in <script setup> used in <template>. This rule will find variables in <script setup> used in <template> and mark them as used.

This rule only has an effect when the no-unused-vars rule is enabled.

# 📖 Rule Details

Without this rule this code triggers warning:

<script setup> // imported components are also directly usable in template import Foo from './Foo.vue' import { ref } from 'vue' // write Composition API code just like in a normal setup() // but no need to manually return everything const count = ref(0) const inc = () => { count.value++ } </script> <template> <Foo :count="count" @click="inc" /> </template>
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After turning on, Foo is being marked as used and no-unused-vars rule doesn't report an issue.

# 🔇 When Not To Use It

You can disable this rule in any of the following cases:

  • You are using vue-eslint-parser v9.0.0 or later.
  • You are not using <script setup>.
  • You do not use the no-unused-vars rule.

# 📚 Further Reading

# 🚀 Version

This rule was introduced in eslint-plugin-vue v7.13.0

# 🔍 Implementation

Last Updated: 5/12/2022, 11:46:02 AM