Fake file system for testing
Fake node.js file system for testing. Supports
rename and their sync counterparts.
var Fs =var fs =
Define a dir
fsdir'a/b/c'fsshouldbetruefsshouldbetrue // note that it works like mkdir -pfsshouldbetrue // in fact you defined an item at absolute pathfsshouldbetrue
Dir with some meta
fsdir'bin'mtime: 100 // by default it will be set to (new Date)atime: 300ctime: 50fsshouldhave
Define an empty file
fsfsshouldfsshouldbetrue // foo automatically created
Define a file with content
fs // utf8 assumedfsfs
Define a file with arbitrary attributes
Sometimes you may want to define several items at one location. The
returns a proxy which prefixes everything you defined with
It also has convenience methods for patching-unpatching of global
Methods of new fs object are not bound to the instance. That means
var fs =var exists = fsexistsSync
doesn't work. You can use
.bind() if that's a problem.
var fs =var exists = fsexistsSync// now everything is ok
npm install fake-fs
To run tests use
npm test command.
npm installnpm test
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