A node module ensures a Readable stream continues flowing if it's not piped to another destination.
npm install stream-consume
Simply pass a stream to
Both legacy streams and streams2 are supported.
var consume = ;;
Only Readable streams are processed (as determined by presence of
property and a
resume property that is a function). If called with anything
else, it's a NOP.
For a streams2 stream (as determined by presence of a
property), nothing is done if the stream has already been piped to at least
one other destination.
resume() is used to cause the stream to continue flowing.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2014 Aron Nopanen
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