Spawn for node.js but in a way that works regardless of which OS you're using
if (os === 'Windows_NT') it can be safely used on non-windows systems and will not break anything.
$ npm install win-spawn
All the following will work exactly as if the 'win-spawn ' prefix was ommitted when on unix.
$ win-spawn foo $ win-spawn ./bin/foo $ win-spawn NODE_PATH=./lib foo $ win-spawn NODE_PATH=./lib foo arg1 arg2
You can also transform all the line endings in a directory from
\n just by running:
You can preview the changes by running:
$ win-line-endings -p
It will ignore
.git by default, but is not clever enough to recognise binary files yet.
This will just pass through to
child_process.spawn on unix systems, but will correctly parse the arguments on windows.