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cwd

Easily get the CWD (current working directory) of a project based on package.json, optionally starting from a given path. (node.js/javascript util)

cwd

Easily get the CWD (current working directory) of a project based on package.json, optionally starting from a given path. (node.js/javascript util)

Install with npm:

$ npm install cwd --save
var cwd = require('cwd');
cwd();
cwd('one/two.js');
cwd('one', 'two.js');
cwd(['one', 'two.js']);

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