es6-computed-properties

Computed properties compiled to ES5.

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es6-computed-properties
Compiles JavaScript written using ES6 computed properties to use ES5- or ES3-compatible syntax. For example, this:
var propName = 'code';

var params = {
    [propName]: true
    ['data' + propName.toUpperCase()]: true
};

console.log(params); // {code: true, dataCode: true}

compiles to this:
ES5 targeting (default):
var $__Object$defineProperty = Object.defineProperty;
var $__0;

var propName = 'code';

var params = ($__0 = {}, $__Object$defineProperty($__0, propName, {
  value: true,
  enumerable: true,
  configurable: true,
  writable: true
}), $__Object$defineProperty($__0, 'data' + propName.toUpperCase(), {
  value: true,
  enumerable: true,
  configurable: true,
  writable: true
}), $__0);

console.log(params); // {code: true, dataCode: true}

If you're using ES5 with accessors (getters/setters) you should compile in ES5 mode, since it correctly handles inherited accessor properties.
In case if you need to support older engines, you may compile to ES3 (runs with {es: 3} compile option, or --es=3 from CLI):
var $__0;

var propName = 'code';
var params = (
  $__0 = {},
  $__0[propName] = true,
  $__0['data' + propName.toUpperCase()] = true,
  $__0
);

console.log(params); // {code: true, dataCode: true}

Install

$ npm install es6-computed-properties

Usage

$ node
> var es6ComputedProperties = require('es6-computed-properties')
> es6ComputedProperties.compile(codeWithComputedProperties)
{ "code": ..., "map": ... }
> es6ComputedProperties.transform(anAst)
anotherAst

Browserify

Browserify support is built in.
$ npm install es6-computed-properties  # install local dependency
$ browserify -t es6-computed-properties $file

Contributing

Build Status

Setup

First, install the development dependencies:
$ npm install

Then, try running the tests:
$ npm test

To run specific example files:
$ node test/runner test/examples/my-example.js test/examples/other-example.js

Pull Requests

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request