powerwalk

Recursively walks a directory and emits filenames. Supports additional stat and read events (if you want them).

powerwalk

Recursively walks a directory and streams filenames.

I keep writing and re-writing this code in one form or another for most of my projects. I thought it might be useful to some of you. There are a few similar packages on npm already but none seem to have either a narrow focus, support streams, or use straight fs calls which can be harsh when EMFILE happens.

EXAMPLES

Walk a directory named content and console.log the filenames:

powerwalk('./content')
.on('data', function(filename){
  console.log(filename.toString())
})

Or pipe the filenames through a stream:

var through = require('through')
var stream = through2(write, flush)

powerwalk('./content').pipe(stream)

LICENSE (MIT)

Copyright (c) Jason Campbell ("Author")

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