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Locate path to a command in your system. This module also keeps track of
If you just want to use this utility as a command line tool, simply
install this module with the
$ npm install -g node-locate
Then you can use it as:
$ nlocate ls/usr/local/bin/ls$ nlocate non-existent # this command does not exist'non-existent' not found
In some cases you may need to use
node-locate within some other
module. This is as simple as:
var locate = ;tryvar cmdPath = ;console;catch econsole;
node-locate also supports the callback pattern which lets you avoid
the ugly try-catch block:
Feel free to make a change and issue a pull request if you have a patch.
If you have a feature request or if you find a bug, please open a issue.
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Copyright (c) 2014 Anshul Verma
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