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enforce v-slot directive style

  • ⚙️ This rule is included in all of "plugin:vue/vue3-strongly-recommended", *.configs["flat/strongly-recommended"], "plugin:vue/strongly-recommended", *.configs["flat/vue2-strongly-recommended"], "plugin:vue/vue3-recommended", *.configs["flat/recommended"], "plugin:vue/recommended" and *.configs["flat/vue2-recommended"].
  • 🔧 The --fix option on the command line can automatically fix some of the problems reported by this rule.

📖 Rule Details

This rule enforces v-slot directive style which you should use shorthand or long form.

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🔧 Options

  "vue/v-slot-style": ["error", {
    "atComponent": "shorthand" | "longform" | "v-slot",
    "default": "shorthand" | "longform" | "v-slot",
    "named": "shorthand" | "longform",
NameTypeDefault ValueDescription
atComponent"shorthand" | "longform" | "v-slot""v-slot"The style for the default slot at custom components directly (E.g. <my-component v-slot="">).
default"shorthand" | "longform" | "v-slot""shorthand"The style for the default slot at template wrappers (E.g. <template #default="">).
named"shorthand" | "longform""shorthand"The style for named slots (E.g. <template #named="">).

Each value means:

  • "shorthand" ... use # shorthand. E.g. #default, #named, ...
  • "longform" ... use v-slot: directive notation. E.g. v-slot:default, v-slot:named, ...
  • "v-slot" ... use v-slot without that argument. This is shorter than #default shorthand.

And a string option is supported to be consistent to similar vue/v-bind-style and vue/v-on-style.

  • ["error", "longform"] is same as ["error", { atComponent: "longform", default: "longform", named: "longform" }].
  • ["error", "shorthand"] is same as ["error", { atComponent: "shorthand", default: "shorthand", named: "shorthand" }].


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📚 Further Reading

🚀 Version

This rule was introduced in eslint-plugin-vue v6.0.0

🔍 Implementation