glob-reader

Iterative file and text processing

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glob-reader
Iterative file and text processing.

Install

npm i glob-reader

Usage

This package is pure ESM, please read the esm-package.
import { readGlobSync } from 'glob-reader'

const files = readGlobSync('./src/**/*.md')
for (const file of files) {
  // processing file here (i.e. transforms markdown to html)
  console.log(file.toString())
  // rename file
  file.rename({ extname: '.html', dirname: './dist' })
  // writes .html file to ./dist directory
  file.writeSync()
}

See the File section for more information.

API

readGlob

readGlob(patterns, options?): AsyncGenerator<File>
Asynchronously expands glob patterns for iterative file and text processing.
import { readGlob } from 'glob-reader'
import { transform } from '@swc/core'

const files = readGlob('./src/**/*.{ts,tsx}', 'utf8')
for await (const file of files) {
  // transform ts/tsx to js using `swc`
  const { code } = await transform(file.value)

  file.value = code
  file.rename({ extname: '.js', dirname: './dist' })

  // writes .js file to ./dist directory
  await file.write()
}

Parameters

| Name | Type | | :--------- | :--------------------------------------------------- | | patterns | string \| readonly string | | options? | BufferEncoding \| Options |

Returns

AsyncGenerator<File>

readGlobSync

readGlobSync(patterns, options?): Generator<File>
Expands glob patterns for iterative file and text processing.
import { readGlob } from 'glob-reader'
import sass from 'sass'

const files = readGlobSync('./src/**/*.scss')
for (const file of files) {
  // compile scss to css
  const { css, sourceMap } = sass.compileString(file.toString(), {
    sourceMap: true,
    style: 'expanded'
  })

  // NOTE: We doesn't automatically add a `sourceMappingURL` comment to the `file.value`.
  // It's up to setters to do that, since setters have full knowledge of where the `file.value`
  // and the `file.map` will exist in relation to one another and how they'll be served.
  file.value = `${css}\n//# sourceMappingURL=${file.path}.map\n`
  file.map = sourceMap
  file.rename({ extname: '.css', dirname: './dist' })

  // writes .css and .css.map file to ./dist directory
  file.writeSync()
}

Parameters

| Name | Type | | :--------- | :--------------------------------------------------- | | patterns | string \| readonly string | | options? | BufferEncoding \| Options |

Returns

Generator<File>

Options: Properties

cwd

Optional cwd: string
Base of path.
default process.cwd()

concurrency

Optional concurrency: number
Specifies the maximum number of concurrent requests from a reader to read directories.
The higher the number, the higher the performance and load on the file system. If you want to read in quiet mode, set the value to a comfortable number or 1.

default os.cpu().length

caseSensitiveMatch

Optional caseSensitiveMatch: boolean
Enables a case-sensitive mode for matching files.
default true

ignore

Optional ignore: string[]
An array of glob patterns to exclude matches.
default

encoding

Optional encoding: BufferEncoding
The buffer encoding to use when reading files.
default Buffer

stripMatter

Optional stripMatter: boolean
If true, it will removes the YAML front matter from the file.value.
default false

fsStats

Optional fsStats: boolean
If true, the file will provides information about the fs.Stats.
default false

dry

Optional dry: boolean
If true, it will not read the file contents and stat, also it will prevent write and delete method.
default false

File

Virtual file object.
const analyze = readGlob('./src/foo.md', { dry: true })

for await (const file of analyze) {
  // raw value
  file.value // => Buffer|string|null
  // encoded value
  file.toString() // => empty string due to `dry: true` option.
  // the byte length of file
  file.bytes // => 0 due to `dry: true` option.
  // human readable byte length of file
  file.size // => '0B'

  // base of path
  file.cwd // => process.cwd() value
  // path of file, can be set using file `path` or file `URL`
  file.path // => './src/foo.md'
  // current name (including extension) of file
  file.basename // => 'foo.md'
  // name (without extension) of file
  file.stem // => 'foo'
  // extension (with dot) of file
  file.extname // => '.md'
  // path to parent directory of file
  file.dirname // => './src'

  // renames and mutates the file internally.
  file.rename({ extname: '.html', dirname: './dist' })
  // list of file-paths the file moved between
  file.history // => ['./src/foo.md', './dist/foo.html']

  // place to store custom information.
  file.data // => { matter: {}, stat: {} }
  file.data.stat // => empty data stat due to `dry: true` option.
  // add custom data to file.
  file.data.foo = 'bar' // => { matter: {}, stat: {}, foo: 'bar' }

  // diagnostics storage
  file.messages // => []
  // associates an informational message with the file
  file.info('some information')
  // associates a message with the file
  file.message('`gloob` is misspelt; did you mean `glob`?', {
    line: 2,
    column: 4
  })

  // writes to ./dist/foo.html
  await file.write()
  // removes ./dist/foo.html
  await file.remove()
  // writes to ./dist/foo.html synchronously
  file.writeSync()
  // removes ./dist/foo.html synchronously
  file.removeSync()

  // prints diagnostics to console
  console.log(file.reporter())
  // src/foo.md
  //   1:1  info     some message
  //   2:4  warning  `gloob` is misspelt; did you mean `glob`?
  //
  // 2 messages (⚠ 1 warning)
}

Read more information about the file below.

file.dry

Enable/disable dry run for specific file.
const analyze = readGlob('./src/*')

// writes all files to ./dist directory except for foo.md
for await (const file of analyze) {
  // prevent `foo` file from being written but keep processing
  if (file.is('foo')) {
    file.dry = true
  }

  // processing file here...

  file.rename({ extname: '.html', dirname: './dist' })
  await file.write()
}

file#is(check)

Tests if file passes the given check.
// file.path = './src/foo.md'
file.is('.md') // => true
file.is('*.md') // => false
file.is('**/*.md') // => true
file.is('**/*.{md,html}') // => true
file.is('**/*.{mdx,jsx}') // => false

file.is({ stem: 'foo' }) // => true
file.is({ stem: { suffix: 'oo' } }) // => true
file.is({ stem: 'bar' }) // => false

file#fail(reason[, position][, origin])

Associates a fatal message with the file, then immediately throws it. Note: fatal errors mean a file is no longer processable.
// use try/catch to handle fatal errors
try {
  file.fail(new ReferenceError('foo is not defined'))
} catch {}

console.log(file.reporter({ defaultName: 'Oh snap!' }))
// Oh snap!
//  1:1  error  ReferenceError: foo is not defined
//  at foo.js:1:1
//  at ...

file#reporter(options?)

Returns diagnostic information about the file.
reporter Options interface
{
  /**
   * Label to use for file without `file.path`. If no `file.path` and no
   * `defaultName` is given, `no name` will show up in the report.
   */
  defaultName?: string

  /**
   * Output long form descriptions of messages, if applicable.
   *
   * @default false
   */
  verbose?: boolean

  /**
   * Do not output anything for a file which has no warnings or errors.
   * The default behavior is to show a success message.
   *
   * @default false
   */
  quiet?: boolean

  /**
   * Only output messages with fatal error. Also sets `quiet` to `true`.
   *
   * @default false
   */
  silent?: boolean

  /**
   * Whether to use color. The default behavior is the check if color is
   * supported.
   */
  color?: boolean
}

Benchmarks

Running glob-reader...
readGlob x 2,034 ops/sec ±3.28% (75 runs sampled)
readGlobSync x 6,599 ops/sec ±2.48% (79 runs sampled)
Fastest: readGlobSync

Contributing

We 💛  issues.
When committing, please conform to the semantic-release commit standards. Please install commitizen and the adapter globally, if you have not already.
npm i -g commitizen cz-conventional-changelog

Now you can use git cz or just cz instead of git commit when committing. You can also use git-cz, which is an alias for cz.
git add . && git cz

Thank you

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