Stream#pipe that creates duplex streams and lets you handle errors in one place.
const pipe =// pipe streamsconst stream =// centralized error handlingstream// creates a new streamsource// optional callback on finish or error// pass options
Write to the pipe and you'll really write to the first stream, read from the pipe and you'll read from the last stream.
const stream =source
In this example the flow of data is:
pipe forwards the errors the streams it wraps emit, so you have one central place to handle errors:
const stream =streamabc
Pass a variable number of streams and each will be piped to the next one.
A stream will be returned that wraps passed in streams in a way that errors will be forwarded and you can write to and/or read from it.
Pass an object as the second to last or last argument to pass as
options to the underlying stream constructors.
Pass a function as last argument to be called on
finish of the last stream.
You can also pass an
Array of streams if that is more convenient.
$ npm install multipipe
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