Pipe an object stream into this and get a crisp, clear stream of TOML data. Because TOML is ultimately a key-value store, piping bare arrays into it makes no sense and will raise an error. At some point it may validate the input against a schema, but that's too fancy for now.
Fancy bonus feature: if you pass in a string instead of an object, the stream will emit that as a TOML comment.
var TOMLStream =var stream =streamstream// prints 'key = "value"' to stdout
Convert a single object (or string, which will be turned into a TOML comment) into a TOML string.
var toTOMLString = toTOMLString// prints 'key = "value"' to stdout
note for developers
If you want to hack on this, you'll need to use
npm@4 or newer, because this
package relies on the new
prepare lifecycle event.
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