json-schema-sensitivity-checker

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    json-schema-sensitivity-checker

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    This CLI allows you to provide a JSONPath expression and run alex against any matching lines.

    This tool is currently in alpha and has primarily been tested against OpenAPI files. PRs are welcome!

    This project is very much inspired by and based on the work done on the json-schema-spell-checker by Michael Heap.

    Installation

    npm install -g json-schema-sensitivity-checker

    Usage

    Check against specific field names at any depth:

    json-schema-sensitivity-checker -f 'description,title' path/to/openapi.json

    Alternatively, you can specify a JSONPath expression yourself.

    json-schema-sensitivity-checker -j '$..["description","title"]' path/to/openapi.json

    Options

    Usage: bin [options] source-file
    
    Options:
      -V, --version           output the version number
      -t, --text              treat input as plain-text (not markdown)
      -l, --html              treat input as html (not markdown)
      -d, --diff              ignore unchanged lines (affects Travis only)
      -j, --json-path [path]  specify a jsonpath expression to match
      -c, --config [path]     specify a JSON formatted Alex config to pass to every match
      -f, --fields [fields]   specify a comma separated l

    Install

    npm i json-schema-sensitivity-checker

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    18

    Version

    1.0.9

    License

    MIT

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    667 kB

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