string-uglify
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string-uglify

Shorten sets of strings deterministically, to be git-friendly

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Install

This package is pure ESM. If you're not ready yet, install an older version of this program, 1.5.0 (npm i string-uglify@1.5.0).

npm i string-uglify

Quick Take

import { strict as assert } from "assert";

import { uglifyById, uglifyArr, version } from "string-uglify";

// notice we put dots and hashes for classes and id's but algorithm will work
// fine too if you won't.
const names = [
  ".module-promo-all",
  ".module-promo-main",
  ".module-promo-second",
  "#zzz",
];

// notice we put dots and hashes for classes and id's but algorithm will work
// fine too if you won't.
assert.deepEqual(uglifyArr(names), [".o", ".s", ".z", "#l"]);

// uglify a particular id number (inefficient):
assert.equal(uglifyById(names, 3), "#l");

Documentation

Please visit codsen.com for a full description of the API.

Contributing

To report bugs or request features or assistance, raise an issue on GitHub.

Licence

MIT License.

Copyright © 2010-2024 Roy Revelt and other contributors.

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