Removes all separators from the end of a string.
npm install remove-trailing-separator
const removeTrailingSeparator = ;// '/foo/bar'// '/foo/bar'// leaves only/last separator// '/'// '/'// returns empty string// ''
\ is considered a separator only on WIN32 systems. All POSIX compliant systems
see backslash as a valid file name character, so it would break POSIX compliance
to remove it there.
In practice, this means that this code will return different things depending on what system it runs on:
// UNIX => '\\foo\\'// WIN32 => '\\foo'