|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Thursday, 22 June 2017|
Those backing decaffeinate and ES6 say that despite such reservations, the momentum is with ES6. They credit many of ES6's good points as having been derived from CoffeeScript. The strongest argument for conversion, and for using decaffeinate, is that as a redundant technology, CoffeeScript will eventually become defunct.
The decaffeinate project can be used to convert a single file or a whole project as a batch operation. The bulk conversion tool can check a codebase for decaffeinate-readiness, and once the code (or a part of it) is ready, will run the conversion and do some of the cleaning up necessary after the conversion.
There's a fork of the CoffeeScript implementation with some small patches that are useful to the decaffeinate project.
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