@tars/utils
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@tars/utils

TARS Framework Aids Collection

Installation

$ npm install @tars/utils

01. Configuration file parser

var Config = require ('@tars/utils'). Config;

API

parseFile(sFilePath, [encoding, callback])

Parse the specified file

  • sFilePath: filename
  • encoding: File encoding type. (Default: utf8)
  • callback: callback function, callback function format function callback (ret, config) {}, where ret is the object {code: return code, success is 0, failure is -1, message: description, exception: if success is undefined, if the failure is an event object}, config is the parser itself

parseText(sText)

Parse the string, and store the result of the parsing in the internal _data property, you can get the corresponding value through the get method

  • sText: string
  • return: true: parsing succeeded, false: parsing failed

get(key, defaultValue)

After the file is parsed, the result is stored in an object, and the specified value can be obtained through the get method. Note: If there is the same key in the configuration file / string, when get the value corresponding to the key, not all the values ​​will be obtained, but the value corresponding to the last of the key can also be understood as corresponding to the same key. The value overwrites the previous value.

  • key: The key value that needs to be valued, the format is x1.x2.x3, where x1, x2, and x3 are deep keys in order. Note: If the key value itself is in the format of x1.x2, take the corresponding key. The value needs to be written as <x1.x2>, see the example for specific usage.
  • defaultValue: Cannot get the default value of the result

getDomain(key, defaultValue)

Get the attribute array of type Object in the value corresponding to key

  • key: The key value.
  • defaultValue: Cannot get the default value of the result

getDomainValue(key, defaultValue)

Gets the array of property values ​​of type Object in the value corresponding to key

  • key: The key value.
  • defaultValue: Cannot get the default value of the result

getDomainLine(key, defaultValue)

Get all non-blank lines in the path corresponding to key

  • key: The key value.
  • defaultValue: Cannot get the default value of the result
  • return: array

data

Through this property, you can get the results of file parsing

example

var Config = require('@tars/utils').Config;

var config = new Config();
config.parseFile('./config.conf', 'utf8');

var data = config.data;
console.log('data: ', data);
console.log('get: tars.application.server.local: ', config.get('tars.application.server.local'));
console.log('getDomain: tars.application.server: ', config.getDomain('tars.application.server'));
console.log('getDomainValue: tars.application.server: ', config.getDomainValue('tars.application.server'));

For specific examples, see the test-config.js file in the examples directory

02. Endpoint tools

var Endpoint = require ('@tars/utils'). Endpoint;

API

Class method: parse (desc)

Parse Endpoint information from a string

  • desc: string, for example: 'tcp -h 127.0.0.1 -p 10000 -t 60000'
  • return: Returns an Endpoint instance.

toString()

Endpoint information into strings

copy()

Copy the Endpoint instance

example

var Endpoint = require ('@tars/utils').Endpoint;

var endpoint = Endpoint.parse ('tcp -h 127.0.0.1 -p 10000 -t 60000');
console.log ('endpoint:' + endpoint.toString());
console.log ('endpoint.copy:' + endpoint.copy(). toString());

For specific examples, see the test-endpoint.js file in the examples directory

03. timeProvider

var timeProvider = require ('@tars/utils').timeProvider;

API

nowTimestamp()

Use Date.now() to get the time. This method is the most efficient. The Date.now() method is about twice as efficient as new Date(). GetTime() and 4 times as process.hrtime().

  • return: return object
{
    hrtime: // array type, [seconds, nanoseconds],
    timestamp: // unit ms
}

diff(oTime)

Time interval of the current time relative to oTime

  • oTime: relative time, object type returned by nowTimestamp function
  • return: floating point type, time interval, in milliseconds
  • Note: nowTimestamp and diff are used in pairs

dateTimestamp()

Get the current timestamp, that is, the time from machine startup to the current time (process.hrtime)

  • return: return object
{
    hrtime: // array type, [seconds, nanoseconds],
    timestamp: // unit ms
}

dateTimestampDiff(oTime)

Time interval of the current time relative to oTime

  • oTime: relative time, object type returned by dateTimestamp function
  • return: floating point type, time interval, in milliseconds
  • Note: dateTimestamp and dateTimestampDiff are used in pairs

example

var timeProvider = require('@tars/utils').timeProvider;

var i = 0, count = 10000000;
var tt1, tt2, interval = 0;
var t1 = new Date().getTime();
var t2 = t1;

tt1 = timeProvider.nowTimestamp();
for(i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    tt2 = timeProvider.diff(tt1);
}
t2 = new Date().getTime();
console.log('【hrTime】interval: ' + (t2 - t1));

t1 = new Date().getTime();
tt1 = timeProvider.dateTimestamp();
for(i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    tt2 = timeProvider.dateTimestampDiff(tt1);
}
t2 = new Date().getTime();
console.log('【hrTime】interval: ' + (t2 - t1));

For specific examples, see the test-timer.js file in the examples directory

03. Promise Library

var Promise = require ('@tars/utils').Promise;

Provide a convenient and unified Promise library for TARS applications. When developing TARS applications, we recommend that you use this library instead of choosing the Promise library yourself. When a better promise solution appears, we can directly replace the implementation in this module and take effect directly for all applications.

var Promise = require ("@tars/utils").Promise;
var promise = new Promise (function (resolve, reject) {
     setTimeout (function() {
         resolve (666)
     }, 3000);
});
promise.then (function (data) {
     console.log (data);
});

Promises in TARS are currently implemented based on the bluebird library. Bluebird has the best performance among q, bluebird, and native promises.

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