I am attempting to upgrade a project of mine to Angular 13 and I am running into a small issue when running this command:
ng update @angular/core@13 @angular/cli@13
I receive this error:
The installed Angular CLI version is outdated. Installing a temporary Angular CLI versioned 13.3.7 to perform the update. ✔ Packages successfully installed. Using package manager: 'npm' Collecting installed dependencies... Found 61 dependencies. Fetching dependency metadata from registry... Package "@angular-eslint/builder" has an incompatible peer dependency to "@angular/cli" (requires ">= 12.0.0 < 13.0.0", would install "13.3.7"). ✖ Migration failed: Incompatible peer dependencies found. Peer dependency warnings when installing dependencies means that those dependencies might not work correctly together. You can use the '--force' option to ignore incompatible peer dependencies and instead address these warnings later. See "/private/var/folders/sk/s5rpkp151bn8mjblpzqbdw5r0000gp/T/ng-22f6Fq/angular-errors.log" for further details.
Is there something that needs to be updated first prior to updating Angular in my project for this upgrade to perform correctly?