const TestExclude = ;const exclude = ;if// let's instrument this file for test coverage!
The test-exclude constructor accepts an options object. The defaults are taken from @istanbuljs/schema.
This is the base directory by which all comparisons are performed. Files outside
are not included.
Array of path globs to be ignored. Note this list does not include
is added separately. See @istanbuljs/schema/default-excludes.js for default list.
node_modules is excluded. Setting this option
to be included.
Array of path globs that can be included. By default this is unrestricted giving a result
['**'] but more optimized.
Array of extensions that can be included. This ensures that nyc only attempts to process files which it might understand. Note use of some formats may require adding parser plugins to your nyc or babel configuration.
['.js', '.cjs', '.mjs', '.ts', '.tsx', '.jsx']
filename matches the rules of this test-exclude instance.
const exclude = ;exclude; // trueexclude; // falseexclude; // falseexclude; // false
In this example code:
index.jsis true because it matches the default
options.extensionlist and is not part of the default
test.jsis excluded because it matches the default
README.mdis not matched by the default
node_modules/test-exclude/index.jsis excluded because
options.excludeNodeModulesis true by default.
TestExculde#globSync(cwd = options.cwd): Array[string]
This synchronously retrieves a list of files within
cwd which should be instrumented.
Note that setting
cwd to a parent of
options.cwd is ineffective, this argument can
only be used to further restrict the result.
TestExclude#glob(cwd = options.cwd): Promise<Array[string]>
This function does the same as
TestExclude#globSync but does so asynchronously. The
Promise resolves to an Array of strings.
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