JetBrains Rider shows this tool window only when the TypeScript Language Service is activated on the TypeScript page as described in TypeScript. Use this tool window to view the errors detected by the TypeScript Language Service.
The tab lists the discrepancies in the code detected by the TypeScript Language Service. The list is updated dynamically as you change your code.
By default, the list contains only the errors from the file in the active editor tab and the full path to this file is displayed at the top. To show the errors across the entire project, press the Show project errors toggle button on the toolbar.
Error messages are grouped by files in which they were detected.
The tab opens when you click and choose the compilation scope from the list:
The tab lists all the compilation errors detected in the chosen scope. This list is not affected by changes you make to your code and is updated only when you invoke compilation manually again.
Error messages are grouped by files in which they were detected. To navigate to the code in question, double-click the corresponding error message or select it and choose Jump to Source from the context menu.
Tooltip and shortcut
| Click this button and choose the range of files to compile. |
Click this button to open the Typescript page and edit the TypeScript settings.
Restart TypeScript Service
Click this button to clear the tabs and run the TypeScript Language Service anew.
Show project errors
By default, this toggle button is released and the tab shows the errors from the current TypeScript file. Press this toggle button to show the errors across the entire project.
Click this button to terminate the compiler and the TypeScript Language Service and close the tool window.
Use these buttons to have all nodes expanded or collapsed.
Click this button to remove all the error messages from the currently active pane.
The context menu is common for the Errors and the Compile Errors tabs.
Jump to source
Choose this option to open the file where the selected error was detected and navigate to the fragment of code which caused the error.
Choose this option to copy the selected error message with the information on the file, the line, and the column where the error was detected.
The tab shows the log of the TypeScript Language Service since the tool window was opened.