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    A parser to parse table style output from shell

    Install

    npm install table-parser
    

    Usage

    We have some kind of log below as test/ps.log:

      PID TTY           TIME CMD
    49692 ttys000    0:00.06 login -pfl neekey /bin/bash -c exec -la bash /bin/bash
    49693 ttys000    0:00.06 -bash
    54195 ttys000    0:00.09 node run
     
    ...
     
    56266 ttys005    0:00.06 login -pfl neekey /bin/bash -c exec -la bash /bin/bash
    56269 ttys005    0:00.04 -bash
    56463 ttys005    0:00.09 node test.js
    56464 ttys005    0:00.01 ps -a

    Use table-parser to parse it into object:

    var FS = require( 'fs' );
    var Parser = require('table-parser');
    
    var linux_ps = './ps.log';
    
    data = FS.readFileSync( linux_ps ).toString();
    var parsedData = Parser.parse( data );
    
    console.log( parsedData );
    
    

    Which will output:

    { PID: [ '49692' ],
        TTY: [ 'ttys000' ],
        TIME: [ '0:00.06' ],
        CMD:
         [ 'login',
           '-pfl',
           'neekey',
           '/bin/bash',
           '-c',
           'exec',
           '-la',
           'bash',
           '/bin/bash' ] },
      ...
     
      { PID: [ '56464' ],
        TTY: [ 'ttys005' ],
        TIME: [ '0:00.01' ],
        CMD: [ 'ps''-a' ] } ]

    Double quotation marks

    Normally, all the values will be transformed into array using split( /\s+/ ), but string wrapped with " will be treated as a continuous string.

    For example, the CommandLine below:

    "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" --name="Jack Neekey" --sex=male otherargs
    

    will be split into:

    • C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe ( " will be removed, if " is at the beginning )
    • --name="Jack Neekey" ( " is reserved )
    • --sex=male
    • otherargs

    Install

    npm i table-parser

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    85,883

    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    271 kB

    Total Files

    14

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    Collaborators

    • neekey