Fail build when there are typescript errors

I’m using js.Build to build/transpile my TypeScript files into JavaScript:

{{- $jsBuildOptions := newScratch -}}
{{- if hugo.IsProduction -}}
  {{- $jsBuildOptions.Set "minify" true -}}
{{- else -}}
  {{- $jsBuildOptions.Set "sourceMap" "inline" -}}
{{- end -}}
{{- with resources.Get . | js.Build $jsBuildOptions.Values | fingerprint -}}
<script src="{{ .RelPermalink }}" integrity="{{ .Data.Integrity }}"></script>
{{- end -}}

This block is a partial named js.html and is used like this:

{{ partial "js.html" "ts/main.ts" }}

Now, if I introduce an error in main.ts (like calling an unknown function), Hugo still happily builds the site.

Is there a way to convince Hugo to fail if there are TypeScript errors?

Project for reference:

Seems to be an esbuild issue for ignoring Typescript errors.

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