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NPM Version

We release a latest version every Monday at 1pm US Eastern time using the latest commit to main at that time. This release is performed automatically by a Github action located in a private repository. This release goes to the standard latest tag on npm.

See Versioning for how the version number is calculated.

If there have been no commits that impact public-facing packages then a patch-level release shall be released.

Latest releases shall only ever be "minor" or "patch" releases.

Release Notes

Every release is documented on the Github Release page.

These release notes will list the PRs included in the release.


NPM Version

We release a canary version for each commit to main that passes all required checks. This release is performed automatically by the publish_canary_version step.

This release is goes to the canary tag on npm and it is versioned as an incremental canary patch release on top of the current latest version. I.e. if the current version is 5.6.1, then the first canary version will be 5.6.2-alpha.0, the second 5.6.2-alpha.1, and so on.

Installing Canary Versions

To try out the latest canary versions of typescript-eslint, install @typescript-eslint/eslint-plugin@canary and @typescript-eslint/parser@canary. Note that npm may need a --force to override version requirements.

npm i @typescript-eslint/eslint-plugin@canary @typescript-eslint/parser@canary --save-dev --force

Major Releases

We currently do not have a set schedule around when major releases shall be performed; instead they are done as the need arises.

We keep a backlog of breaking issues as a milestone on GitHub that is named in the form ${major}.0.0. When we do do a major release, we release a release candidate version to the rc-v${major} tag on npm for each commit to the major branch.

See Maintenance > Major Release Steps for steps to perform a major release.


We will do releases "out-of-band" (outside the latest schedule) for rare emergencies. We assess need on a case-by-case basis though generally an emergency is defined as a critical regression specifically introduced in the latest release.

These releases are done manually by a maintainer with the required access privileges.

Back-Porting Releases

We do not back port releases to previously released major/minor versions. We only ever release forward.