full-icu

convenience loader for 'small-icu' node builds

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full-icu

Install full ICU data from GitHub or npm for Node.js.

To use

npm install full-icu

Note: Set env var FULL_ICU_PREFER_NPM=true to prefer using the icu4c-data npm module, otherwise the default is now to load from ICU4C’s GitHub release.

To install globally

npm install -g full-icu

After Installation

Instructions will be printed out on how to activate this data for your version of node.

This work gets done in a postinstall script which copies the icudt*.dat file up to this module's level.

API

require('full-icu') returns a few properties:

  • nodever - the full Node version (ex: 14.2.0)

  • node_maj - the major part of the node version (ex: 14)

  • node_min - the minor part of the node version (ex 2)

  • icu_small - if truthy, means that node was built with small-icu (English only). If falsy, means that the full-icu package is not relevant.

  • icuver - the full ICU version, if available, such as 55.1. Sometimes only the major version is available.

  • icumaj - ICU major ver, such as 55. May be === icuver.

  • icumin - ICU minor version, such as 1 if available.

  • icuend - ICU endianness - little, big or ebcdic.

  • icupkg - the npm package needed to get full ICU data, if any.

  • icudat - the raw data file ICU expects to find for full data, if any.

  • noi18n - if truthy, no ICU / Intl build was enabled for your node version. Sorry.

  • oldNode - The node version is older than this package can really think about.

BIN

node-full-icu-path will print the full icudt*.dat path, if available.

CONTRIBUTING

Please see our CONTRIBUTING guide if you'd like to help with this initiative!

LICENSE

This repository is subject to the terms under the Node.js license. Some usage of this data is governed by the Unicode Terms of Use, which is included in the unicode-license.txt

Copyright © 1991-2021 Unicode, Inc. and Node.js contributors. All rights reserved.

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