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    concurrently-await

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    concurrently-await

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    Run multiple commands concurrently with the option to supply a condition to pass before running the next command.

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    Installation

    npm i -D concurrently-await
    

    or

    yarn -D concurrently-await
    

    Usage

    Remember to surround separate commands with quotes:

    concurrently-await "command1 arg await --<condition> value" "command2 arg await --<condition> value"
    

    In package.json, escape quotes:

    "start" : "concurrently-await \"command1 arg await --<condition> value\" \"command2 arg await --<condition> value\""

    Conditions

    Conditions are optional, but must be seperated from the command and its arguments by the wait seperator

    Condition types

    Type Description Value type Example
    delay Wait for a given number number of milliseconds before executing the next command number --delay 500
    quiet Wait until the command provided stops logging for a given number of milliseconds before executing the next command number --quiet 3000
    includes Wait until the command logs a message that includes the provided value (case insensitive) string --includes done
    matches Wait until the command logs a message that exactly matches the provided value string --matches Finished Compiling

    Options

    names

    You can provide a list of custom names to be used in prefix template for logging, otherwise the prefix will just be the index of the command.

    concurrently-await --names ui,server "command1 arg await --<condition> value" "command2 arg await --<condition> value"
    

    name-seperator

    The character to split names on, the default is ,. Example usage:

    concurrently-await --names ui|server --name-seperator | "command1 arg await --<condition> value" "command2 arg await --<condition> value"
    

    wait-seperator

    The default wait seperator is await but this may conflict with your command. You can set your own wait seperator by setting the wait seperator option:

    concurrently-await --wait-seperator ~> "command1 arg ~> --<condition> value" "command2 arg ~> --<condition> value"
    

    Install

    npm i concurrently-await

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    Version

    1.1.2

    License

    MIT

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