Check if streams are eqal
This module check if two (or more) readable streams are equal. A SHA1 hash is created for each given stream. After all streams end, the hashes are compared and results are returned through a callback.
$ npm install equal-streams
$ git clone https://github.com/ladinu/equal-streams.git$ cd equal-streams/$ npm link
var compare = require'equal-streams';var streamOne = request'';var streamTwo = request'';comparestreamOne streamTwoif err return console.logerr;if equal console.log'streamOne === streamTwo';;var google = request'';var bing = request'';comparegoogle bingif err return console.logerr;if !equal console.log'google !== bing';;
Must provide at least two readable streams and a callback. If one of the streams emit an
error, callback will return with an error.
streamscan be a single array of streams (
equalStreams([s1, s2, s3], callback)) or multiple streams i.e
equalStreams(s1, s2, s3, callback)
callbackwill return with a
$ cd equal-streams/$ npm install$ npm test
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