I'm using ES2015/2016 in my project, and I have some node modules pulled in, which are in regular ES5. When I try importing one of the modules using ES2015 syntax (for example, "import glob from 'glob';"), I get a warning "default export is not declared in imported module." ES5 doesn't support the "export default" declaration which would make this warning go away.
However, I would presume that the equivalent in ES5 would be to use exports.module = ..., which is what most libraries do, and importing the default export works just fine when using ES5 libraries.
I would either like a way to disable this warning (as there doesn't seem to be a way to do so) or ideally, this warning should not be shown in these cases.