Please add node to default eslint configuration in nrlint

Adding "node": true to the "env" section of the eslint configuration file prevents spurious warnings such as when calling the global setTimeout() function. E.g.:

"env": {
    "es2021": true,
    "node": true
},

I am using the latest development version of nrlint on the master branch and the default eslint configuration does not include "node"

Best eslint for node.js v12 development is something like this:

/** JavaScript Versions
 *  5 is minimum -> Last IE11
 *  6 = 2015 -> Node >8.10, iOS12+
 *  7 = 2016 -> FF78+,
 *  8 = 2017 -> Node 10.9+
 *  9 = 2018 -> Node 12.11+
 * 10 = 2019 -> Node 12.20 LTS
 * 11 = 2020 -> Node 14 LTS
 * 12 = 2021 -> Node 16
 */
/** Node.js supports (https://node.green/):
 * v07 - async/await
 * v09 - tagged template literals with invalid escape sequences,  RegExp lookbehind assertions
 * v10 - optional catch binding (no need for err param on catch), BigInt, import.meta,
 *         RegExp Unicode property escape sequences \p{...},
 *         trimStart/trimEnd, async iteration, Promise.prototype.finally,
 *         RegExp named capture groups
 * v11 - Array.prototype.{flat,flatMap}, Symbol.prototype.description
 * v12 - Promise.allSettled, globalThis, numeric separators, Object.fromEntries
 * v13 - import (modules), dynamic import(), export
 * v14 - optional chaining, Nullish Coalescing operators, String.prototype.matchAll,
 *         Intl.DisplayNames, Intl.DateTimeFormat, Async Local Storage, Top-Level Await, Diagnostic report,
 *         WeakReferences, private class methods
 * v15 - logical assignment operators, String.prototype.replaceAll, Promise.any, AggregateError, AbortController,
 *        Promisified setTimeout/setImmediate
 */
module.exports = {
    env: {
        browser: false,
        commonjs: true,
        jquery: false,
        node: true,
        'shared-node-browser': false
    },
    parserOptions: {
        // Only ESLint 6.2.0 and later support ES2020. Node.js v12+ supports some things only ratified in 2020
        'ecmaVersion': 2022,
        sourceType: 'script'
    },
    extends: [
        'standard',
        'plugin:es/restrict-to-es2019',
        // The n plugin reads the min. node.js version from package.json and error's any ES features not available in that version.
        'plugin:n/recommended',
    ],
   rules: {
        // remove once min engines moves to node.js v14+
        'es/no-optional-chaining': 'error',
        'es/no-dynamic-import': 'error',
        'es/no-nullish-coalescing-operators': 'error',
        // remove once min engines moves to node.js v15+
        'es/no-logical-assignment-operators': 'error',
        'es/no-promise-any': 'error',
        'es/no-numeric-separators': 'error',
    }
}

You will need the es and n extensions for eslint. I've used standard here, you may prefer something else. I also have some JSDoc enhancements and some anti-standard annoyance settings as well.

Node.js v12+ supports a number of things that were only actually ratified in the 2022 version of JavaScript which is why you need to jump through hoops.