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require-resolve

Use the node way to resolve required path to absolute path.

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Use the node way to resolve required path to absolute path.

The node way

Install

$ npm install --save require-resolve

Usage

Return null if nothing found, otherwise return an object, include src and pkg, pkg is optional.

var requireResolve = require('../'),
  path = require('path');

// Resolve a absolute file
console.log(requireResolve(__filename));

// Resolve a relative file
console.log(requireResolve('./example/simple.js', path.dirname(path.dirname(__filename))));


// output:
/*
{
  src: '/Users/{your_name}/Workspace/require-resolve/example/simple.js',
  pkg: {
    name: 'require-resolve',
    version: '0.0.1',
    main: 'src/require-resolve.js',
    root: '/Users/{your_name}/Workspace/require-resolve'
  }
}
*/


// Resolve a node module file
console.log(requireResolve('glup', __filename));
console.log(requireResolve('glup/taskTree', __filename));

Contributing

In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using gulp.

License

Copyright (c) 2015 Zhonglei Qiu. Licensed under the MIT license.

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