🔧 This rule is automatically fixable by the
--fix CLI option.
enforce the use of the
📖 Rule Details
This rule reports regular expressions without the
It will automatically add the
u flag to regular expressions where it is statically guaranteed to be safe to do so. In all other cases, the developer has to check that adding the
u flag doesn't cause the regex to behave incorrectly.
This rule is inspired by the require-unicode-regexp rule. The position of the report is improved over the core rule and arguments of
new RegExp() are also checked.
📚 Further reading
This rule was introduced in eslint-plugin-regexp v1.2.0