Find package.json files relative to your current module or some other basepath. Search for local modules, search for modules installed with npm, or just find the closest package.json to the current file.
Initial code for
witwip was copied almost verbatim from architect, so, thanks guys :)
witwip() but returns the directory instead of the filepath of the
var findPkg = ;// Find the closest package.json to this module.;// or;// or;// Look for the package.json of a dependency.;// or;// Check if a local dir is a module (has a package.json).;// Find the package.json of the parent module to this module.;
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