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Using EXPORTABLE

Our ESLint plugin isn't smart enough to actually import the EXPORTABLE helper, so after running the autofix you might end up with "undefined variable EXPORTABLE" errors. You can either import { EXPORTABLE } from "graphile-export", or you can copy this definition into your code:

export function EXPORTABLE<T, TScope extends any[]>(
factory: (...args: TScope) => T,
args: [...TScope],
): T {
const fn: T = factory(...args);
if (
((typeof fn === "object" && fn !== null) || typeof fn === "function") &&
!("$exporter$factory" in fn)
) {
Object.defineProperties(fn, {
$exporter$args: { value: args },
$exporter$factory: { value: factory },
});
}
return fn;
}

(Or, if you're using plain JavaScript:

export function EXPORTABLE(factory, args) {
const fn = factory(...args);
if (
((typeof fn === "object" && fn !== null) || typeof fn === "function") &&
!("$exporter$factory" in fn)
) {
Object.defineProperties(fn, {
$exporter$args: { value: args },
$exporter$factory: { value: factory },
});
}
return fn;
}

)