bulkify

transform inline bulk-require calls into statically resolvable require maps

bulkify

transform inline bulk-require calls into statically resolvable require maps

The bulkify function signature is compatible with browserify's transform API.

example

var bulk = require('bulk-require');
var sections = bulk(__dirname, [ 'data/**/*.js', 'render/*.js' ]);
console.log(sections);

You can run this program in node directly:

$ node glob.js
{ data: 
   { cats: { [Function] index: [Circular], meow: [Object] },
     dogs: { [Function] index: [Circular], small: [Object], wolf: [Object] },
     owners: { data: [Object] } },
  render: { x: { oneoneone: 111, twotwotwo: 222 } } }

and use bulkify as a transform, yielding the same output:

$ browserify -t bulkify glob.js | node
{ data: 
   { cats: { [Function] index: [Function], meow: [Object] },
     dogs: { [Function] index: [Function], small: [Object], wolf: [Object] },
     owners: { data: [Object] } },
  render: { x: { oneoneone: 111, twotwotwo: 222 } } }

methods

var bulkify = require('bulkify')

Return a transform stream b for file, rewriting require('bulk-require') calls with inline require calls.

You can optionally set extra variables for the static evaluation with opts.vars.

install

With npm, do:

npm install bulkify

license

MIT