object-merge

Merges JavaScript objects recursively without altering the objects merged.

object-merge

Merges JavaScript objects recursively without altering the objects merged.

npm install object-merge

https://npmjs.org/package/object-merge Source code available at: https://github.com/matthewkastor/object-merge/

In node:

var objectMerge = require('object-merge');
var x = {
    a : 'a',
    b : 'b',
    c : {
        d : 'd',
        e : 'e',
        f : {
            g : 'g'
        }
    }
};
var y = {
    a : '`a',
    b : '`b',
    c : {
        d : '`d'
    }
};
var z = {
    a : {
        b : '``b'
    },
    fun : function foo () {
        return 'foo';
    },
    aps : Array.prototype.slice
};
var out = objectMerge(x, y, z);
// out.a will be {
//         b : '``b'
//     }
// out.b will be '`b'
// out.c will be {
//         d : '`d',
//         e : 'e',
//         f : {
//             g : 'g'
//         }
//     }
// out.fun will be a clone of z.fun
// out.aps will be equal to z.aps

In the browser, include ./browser/object-merge_web.js in your page. objectMerge will be available in your page.

For full documentation see the docs folder. For examples see the example folder.

Tests can be run from the root of this package with

npm test

There are several other scripts listed in package.json for development and hacking on this module. They can be run with npm run-script followed by the scripts property corresponding to the script you want to run. For example, given a script called buildDocs, it could be run from the package root by:

npm run-script buildDocs

Matthew Kastor atropa

matthewkastor@gmail.com https://plus.google.com/100898583798552211130

gpl-3.0 http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0-standalone.html