require-ejs

Allows requiring EJS files as Node.js modules

### require-ejs

Allows requiring EJS template files as modules in Node.js. Requiring any file with an .ejs extension returns a compiled EJS template function.

npm install require-ejs

I thought this might be useful if using Node.js as part of a build framework, and after noticing that in the original EJS source there was code for registering an EJS file, but that it did not work on my PC, I tweaked the EJS compiler source and wrote this little extension.

Stack traces need to be mapped correctly for include file templates.

Copyright (c) 2013 Nathan Cartwright

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