Why does default TypeScript create-vue app only run type checking against Vitest config?

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  • concurrently

    Run commands concurrently. Like `npm run watch-js & npm run watch-less` but better.

    Now, the tsconfig.vitest.json seems to be the most "complete" (it will check app files as well as test files), so it's a good choice if you really had to choose one config and run with it (and you still get type checking in the IDE for each config). But, this doesn't include the files from tsconfig.config.json, and as an app grows, the "app" and "vitest" configs may diverge, so wouldn't it be best to use something like concurrently or npm-run-all to run vue-tsc against all 3 configs?

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  • npm-run-all

    A CLI tool to run multiple npm-scripts in parallel or sequential.

    Now, the tsconfig.vitest.json seems to be the most "complete" (it will check app files as well as test files), so it's a good choice if you really had to choose one config and run with it (and you still get type checking in the IDE for each config). But, this doesn't include the files from tsconfig.config.json, and as an app grows, the "app" and "vitest" configs may diverge, so wouldn't it be best to use something like concurrently or npm-run-all to run vue-tsc against all 3 configs?

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