dependency-path
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dependency-path

Utilities for working with symlinked node_modules

npm version

Like path but for packages in a symlinked node_modules. Symlinked node_modules is a unique dependencies layout that pnpm creates.

Installation

pnpm add dependency-path

Usage

const dependencyPath = require('dependency-path')

const registry = 'https://registry.npmjs.org/'

console.log(dependencyPath.isAbsolute('/foo/1.0.0'))
//> false

// it is confusing currently because relative starts with /.
// It will be changed in the future to vice versa
console.log(dependencyPath.resolve(registry, '/foo/1.0.0'))
//> registry.npmjs.org/foo/1.0.0

console.log(dependencyPath.relative(registry, 'registry.npmjs.org/foo/1.0.0'))
//> /foo/1.0.0

console.log(dependencyPath.refToAbsolute('1.0.1', 'foo', registry))
//> registry.npmjs.org/foo/1.0.1

console.log(dependencyPath.refToAbsolute('github.com/foo/bar/twe0jger043t0ew', 'foo', registry))
//> github.com/foo/bar/twe0jger043t0ew

console.log(dependencyPath.refToRelative('1.0.1', 'foo', registry))
//> /foo/1.0.1

console.log(dependencyPath.parse('/foo/2.0.0'))
//> { isAbsolute: false, name: 'foo', version: '2.0.0' }

License

MIT

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npm i dependency-path

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