await-exec

Small promise wrapper around node's `child_process#exec` allowing you to use async/await syntax for commands you want to execute.

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await-exec
Small promise wrapper around node's child_process#exec allowing you to use async/await syntax for commands you want to execute.

Usage

const exec = require('await-exec')

async function logger (text) {
  await exec(`echo ${text}`)
}

for (let k = 0; k < 10; k++) {
  logger('worked!')
}

Optinally you can pass a second Object that will get directly passed to cp#exec
Questions? Feedback? Please let me know

License (MIT)

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Copyright © 2017-present Jack Hanford jackhanford@gmail.com
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