gitand other tools needs a tool pointed to an incorrect path
$ git xcrun: error: invalid active developer path (/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools), missing xcrun at: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/xcrun
The above tsc command is in the most basic form because no compiler options are specified. There are many compiler options that you can use with the tsc command to control the compilation to your preference. For example:
tsc myscript.ts --noImplicitAny The --noImplicitAny option tells the compiler to check the TypeScript code and raise an error on expressions and declarations with an implied any type. the default value for this option is false, which means it is turned off by default.
some options require a parameter too like the --target option, it requires you to specify the ECMAScript target version you would like your TypeScript file to be compiled into. For example:
tsc myscript.ts --target "ES5" Two other options that are worth mentioning are the --module and the --outfile options.
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