Updating the libraries in my Angular 8/Electron app produced compilations errors eg, in Electron's
menu.ts file, Also, a few of the project external libraries contain
@ts-ignore lines, suppressing compilation errors. Some of these have comments "safe to ignore because..." while others don't.
As I couldn't solve the new compilation errors, I've also used
@ts.ignore. The app compiles and runs fine.
If I could eliminate compilation errors or prove them harmless, I would. But what to do about the other post-update errors in my code, as well as
@ts-ignored errors in libraries? Would ignoring them bring trouble in the future, despite the app seemingly working in the present?