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    path-to-regexp
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    0.1.7 • Public • Published

    Path-to-RegExp

    Turn an Express-style path string such as /user/:name into a regular expression.

    Note: This is a legacy branch. You should upgrade to 1.x.

    Usage

    var pathToRegexp = require('path-to-regexp');

    pathToRegexp(path, keys, options)

    • path A string in the express format, an array of such strings, or a regular expression
    • keys An array to be populated with the keys present in the url. Once the function completes, this will be an array of strings.
    • options
      • options.sensitive Defaults to false, set this to true to make routes case sensitive
      • options.strict Defaults to false, set this to true to make the trailing slash matter.
      • options.end Defaults to true, set this to false to only match the prefix of the URL.
    var keys = [];
    var exp = pathToRegexp('/foo/:bar', keys);
    //keys = ['bar']
    //exp = /^\/foo\/(?:([^\/]+?))\/?$/i

    Live Demo

    You can see a live demo of this library in use at express-route-tester.

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i [email protected]

    Version

    0.1.7

    License

    MIT

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