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# Change Log
All notable changes will be documented in this file.
`readdir-enhanced` adheres to [Semantic Versioning](http://semver.org/).
## [v2.2.0](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/tree/v2.2.0) (2018-01-09)
- Refactored the codebase to use ES6 syntax (Node v4.x compatible)
- You can now provide [your own implementation](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced#custom-fs-methods) for the [filesystem module](https://nodejs.org/api/fs.html) that's used by `readdir-enhanced`. Just set the `fs` option to your implementation. Thanks to [@mrmlnc](https://github.com/mrmlnc) for the idea and [the PR](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/pull/10)!
- [Better error handling](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/commit/0d330b68524bafbdeae11566a3e8af1bc3f184bf), especially around user-specified logic, such as `options.deep`, `options.filter`, and `options.fs`
[Full Changelog](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/compare/v2.1.0...v2.2.0)
## [v2.1.0](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/tree/v2.1.0) (2017-12-01)
- The `fs.Stats` objects now include a `depth` property, which indicates the number of subdirectories beneath the base path. Thanks to [@mrmlnc](https://github.com/mrmlnc) for [the PR](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/pull/8)!
[Full Changelog](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/compare/v2.0.0...v2.1.0)
## [v2.0.0](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/tree/v2.0.0) (2017-11-15)
- Dropped support for Node v0.x, which is no longer actively maintained. Please upgrade to Node 4 or newer.
[Full Changelog](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/compare/v1.5.0...v2.0.0)
## [v1.5.0](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/tree/v1.5.0) (2017-04-10)
The [`deep` option](README.md#deep) can now be set to a [regular expression](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/RegExp), a [glob pattern](https://github.com/isaacs/node-glob#glob-primer), or a function, which allows you to customize which subdirectories get crawled. Of course, you can also still still set the `deep` option to `true` to crawl _all_ subdirectories, or a number if you just want to limit the recursion depth.
[Full Changelog](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/compare/v1.4.0...v1.5.0)
## [v1.4.0](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/tree/v1.4.0) (2016-08-26)
The [`filter` option](README.md#filter) can now be set to a regular expression or a glob pattern string, which simplifies filtering based on file names. Of course, you can still set the `filter` option to a function if you need to perform more advanced filtering based on the [`fs.Stats`](https://nodejs.org/api/fs.html#fs_class_fs_stats) of each file.
[Full Changelog](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/compare/v1.3.4...v1.4.0)
## [v1.3.4](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/tree/v1.3.4) (2016-08-26)
As of this release, `readdir-enhanced` is fully tested on all major Node versions (0.x, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x) on [linux](https://travis-ci.org/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced) and [Windows](https://ci.appveyor.com/project/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/branch/master), with [nearly 100% code coverage](https://coveralls.io/github/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced?branch=master). I do all of my local development and testing on MacOS, so that's covered too.
[Full Changelog](https://github.com/BigstickCarpet/readdir-enhanced/compare/v1.0.1...v1.3.4)
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2016 James Messinger
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
THE SOFTWARE.
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'use strict';
module.exports = asyncForEach;
/**
* Simultaneously processes all items in the given array.
*
* @param {array} array - The array to iterate over
* @param {function} iterator - The function to call for each item in the array
* @param {function} done - The function to call when all iterators have completed
*/
function asyncForEach (array, iterator, done) {
if (array.length === 0) {
// NOTE: Normally a bad idea to mix sync and async, but it's safe here because
// of the way that this method is currently used by DirectoryReader.
done();
return;
}
// Simultaneously process all items in the array.
let pending = array.length;
array.forEach(item => {
iterator(item, () => {
if (--pending === 0) {
done();
}
});
});
}
'use strict';
module.exports = readdirAsync;
const maybe = require('call-me-maybe');
const DirectoryReader = require('../directory-reader');
let asyncFacade = {
fs: require('fs'),
forEach: require('./for-each'),
async: true
};
/**
* Returns the buffered output from an asynchronous {@link DirectoryReader},
* via an error-first callback or a {@link Promise}.
*
* @param {string} dir
* @param {object} [options]
* @param {function} [callback]
* @param {object} internalOptions
*/
function readdirAsync (dir, options, callback, internalOptions) {
if (typeof options === 'function') {
callback = options;
options = undefined;
}
return maybe(callback, new Promise(((resolve, reject) => {
let results = [];
internalOptions.facade = asyncFacade;
let reader = new DirectoryReader(dir, options, internalOptions);
let stream = reader.stream;
stream.on('error', err => {
reject(err);
stream.pause();
});
stream.on('data', result => {
results.push(result);
});
stream.on('end', () => {
resolve(results);
});
})));
}
'use strict';
let call = module.exports = {
safe: safeCall,
once: callOnce,
};
/**
* Calls a function with the given arguments, and ensures that the error-first callback is _always_
* invoked exactly once, even if the function throws an error.
*
* @param {function} fn - The function to invoke
* @param {...*} args - The arguments to pass to the function. The final argument must be a callback function.
*/
function safeCall (fn, args) {
// Get the function arguments as an array
args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1);
// Replace the callback function with a wrapper that ensures it will only be called once
let callback = call.once(args.pop());
args.push(callback);
try {
fn.apply(null, args);
}
catch (err) {
callback(err);
}
}
/**
* Returns a wrapper function that ensures the given callback function is only called once.
* Subsequent calls are ignored, unless the first argument is an Error, in which case the
* error is thrown.
*
* @param {function} fn - The function that should only be called once
* @returns {function}
*/
function callOnce (fn) {
let fulfilled = false;
return function onceWrapper (err) {
if (!fulfilled) {
fulfilled = true;
return fn.apply(this, arguments);
}
else if (err) {
// The callback has already been called, but now an error has occurred
// (most likely inside the callback function). So re-throw the error,
// so it gets handled further up the call stack
throw err;
}
};
}
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'use strict';
const readdirSync = require('./sync');
const readdirAsync = require('./async');
const readdirStream = require('./stream');
module.exports = exports = readdirAsyncPath;
exports.readdir = exports.readdirAsync = exports.async = readdirAsyncPath;
exports.readdirAsyncStat = exports.async.stat = readdirAsyncStat;
exports.readdirStream = exports.stream = readdirStreamPath;
exports.readdirStreamStat = exports.stream.stat = readdirStreamStat;
exports.readdirSync = exports.sync = readdirSyncPath;
exports.readdirSyncStat = exports.sync.stat = readdirSyncStat;
/**
* Synchronous readdir that returns an array of string paths.
*
* @param {string} dir
* @param {object} [options]
* @returns {string[]}
*/
function readdirSyncPath (dir, options) {
return readdirSync(dir, options, {});
}
/**
* Synchronous readdir that returns results as an array of {@link fs.Stats} objects
*
* @param {string} dir
* @param {object} [options]
* @returns {fs.Stats[]}
*/
function readdirSyncStat (dir, options) {
return readdirSync(dir, options, { stats: true });
}
/**
* Aynchronous readdir (accepts an error-first callback or returns a {@link Promise}).
* Results are an array of path strings.
*
* @param {string} dir
* @param {object} [options]
* @param {function} [callback]
* @returns {Promise<string[]>}
*/
function readdirAsyncPath (dir, options, callback) {
return readdirAsync(dir, options, callback, {});
}
/**
* Aynchronous readdir (accepts an error-first callback or returns a {@link Promise}).
* Results are an array of {@link fs.Stats} objects.
*
* @param {string} dir
* @param {object} [options]
* @param {function} [callback]
* @returns {Promise<fs.Stats[]>}
*/
function readdirAsyncStat (dir, options, callback) {
return readdirAsync(dir, options, callback, { stats: true });
}
/**
* Aynchronous readdir that returns a {@link stream.Readable} (which is also an {@link EventEmitter}).
* All stream data events ("data", "file", "directory", "symlink") are passed a path string.
*
* @param {string} dir
* @param {object} [options]
* @returns {stream.Readable}
*/
function readdirStreamPath (dir, options) {
return readdirStream(dir, options, {});
}
/**
* Aynchronous readdir that returns a {@link stream.Readable} (which is also an {@link EventEmitter})
* All stream data events ("data", "file", "directory", "symlink") are passed an {@link fs.Stats} object.
*
* @param {string} dir
* @param {object} [options]
* @returns {stream.Readable}
*/
function readdirStreamStat (dir, options) {
return readdirStream(dir, options, { stats: true });
}
'use strict';
const path = require('path');
const globToRegExp = require('glob-to-regexp');
module.exports = normalizeOptions;
let isWindows = /^win/.test(process.platform);
/**
* @typedef {Object} FSFacade
* @property {fs.readdir} readdir
* @property {fs.stat} stat
* @property {fs.lstat} lstat
*/
/**
* Validates and normalizes the options argument
*
* @param {object} [options] - User-specified options, if any
* @param {object} internalOptions - Internal options that aren't part of the public API
*
* @param {number|boolean|function} [options.deep]
* The number of directories to recursively traverse. Any falsy value or negative number will
* default to zero, so only the top-level contents will be returned. Set to `true` or `Infinity`
* to traverse all subdirectories. Or provide a function that accepts a {@link fs.Stats} object
* and returns a truthy value if the directory's contents should be crawled.
*
* @param {function|string|RegExp} [options.filter]
* A function that accepts a {@link fs.Stats} object and returns a truthy value if the data should
* be returned. Or a RegExp or glob string pattern, to filter by file name.
*
* @param {string} [options.sep]
* The path separator to use. By default, the OS-specific separator will be used, but this can be
* set to a specific value to ensure consistency across platforms.
*
* @param {string} [options.basePath]
* The base path to prepend to each result. If empty, then all results will be relative to `dir`.
*
* @param {FSFacade} [options.fs]
* Synchronous or asynchronous facades for Node.js File System module
*
* @param {object} [internalOptions.facade]
* Synchronous or asynchronous facades for various methods, including for the Node.js File System module
*
* @param {boolean} [internalOptions.emit]
* Indicates whether the reader should emit "file", "directory", and "symlink" events
*
* @param {boolean} [internalOptions.stats]
* Indicates whether the reader should emit {@link fs.Stats} objects instead of path strings
*
* @returns {object}
*/
function normalizeOptions (options, internalOptions) {
if (options === null || options === undefined) {
options = {};
}
else if (typeof options !== 'object') {
throw new TypeError('options must be an object');
}
let recurseDepth, recurseFn, recurseRegExp, recurseGlob, deep = options.deep;
if (deep === null || deep === undefined) {
recurseDepth = 0;
}
else if (typeof deep === 'boolean') {
recurseDepth = deep ? Infinity : 0;
}
else if (typeof deep === 'number') {
if (deep < 0 || isNaN(deep)) {
throw new Error('options.deep must be a positive number');
}
else if (Math.floor(deep) !== deep) {
throw new Error('options.deep must be an integer');
}
else {
recurseDepth = deep;
}
}
else if (typeof deep === 'function') {
recurseDepth = Infinity;
recurseFn = deep;
}
else if (deep instanceof RegExp) {
recurseDepth = Infinity;
recurseRegExp = deep;
}
else if (typeof deep === 'string' && deep.length > 0) {
recurseDepth = Infinity;
recurseGlob = globToRegExp(deep, { extended: true, globstar: true });
}
else {
throw new TypeError('options.deep must be a boolean, number, function, regular expression, or glob pattern');
}
let filterFn, filterRegExp, filterGlob, filter = options.filter;
if (filter !== null && filter !== undefined) {
if (typeof filter === 'function') {
filterFn = filter;
}
else if (filter instanceof RegExp) {
filterRegExp = filter;
}
else if (typeof filter === 'string' && filter.length > 0) {
filterGlob = globToRegExp(filter, { extended: true, globstar: true });
}
else {
throw new TypeError('options.filter must be a function, regular expression, or glob pattern');
}
}
let sep = options.sep;
if (sep === null || sep === undefined) {
sep = path.sep;
}
else if (typeof sep !== 'string') {
throw new TypeError('options.sep must be a string');
}
let basePath = options.basePath;
if (basePath === null || basePath === undefined) {
basePath = '';
}
else if (typeof basePath === 'string') {
// Append a path separator to the basePath, if necessary