etcd-flatten

0.0.2 • Public • Published

etcd-flatten

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Flatten the results of a recursive etcd query into a flat object with keys and values

installation

$ npm install etcd-flatten

usage

Imagine we have some deeply nested keys in etcd:

$ etcdctl ls --recursive
/shapes
/shapes/circle
/shapes/circle/red
/shapes/circle/green
/shapes/square
/shapes/square/red

We can do a recursive query and get a tree like structure

etcd-flatten will take this tree structure and return a flat object with paths mapped to values and no directories included

var etcdjs = require('etcdjs')
var flatten = require('etcd-flatten')
 
var etcd = etcdjs('127.0.0.1:4001')
 
etcd.get('/shapes', {
    recursive:true
}, function(err, results){
 
    if(!err && results.node){
        var leafs = flatten(results.node)
        console.dir(leafs)
    }
    
})
 
/*
{
    '/shapes/circle/red':'CIRCLE RED',
    '/shapes/circle/green':'CIRCLE GREEN',
    '/shapes/square/red':'SQUARE RED'
}
    
*/

api

var flatObject = flatten(etcdResults)

Pass the top-level node from an etcd query.

A flat object containing all leafs by their path is returned.

license

MIT

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npm i etcd-flatten

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0.0.2

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