Combine multiple objects into one
Class / function composition library, combines all static and prototype methods
into a single function, constructors are also chained and will be ran in the
order they are received. A
strict option can be set for the library which will
throw an error if property colision is encountered.
This library can be used with both node and the browser, file based methods are
only available in node, such as
var compile = require'compile'
Combines any number of functions passed into a single function
thisbar = 1thisfoo = 2var Purple = compileRed Bluevar purp =purpbar // 1purpfoo // 2
Configure the library, currently only the
strict option is used, which will
throw an error if a property colision is found.
compilesetup strict: true
Combines all exports for a given directory into a single function,
should be the absolute path,
exclude can be an array of filenames or a single
file to exclude from the compile. Pathing can be relative or absolute for
moduleexports = compiledir__dirname __filename
npm install compile
(The MIT License)
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