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    wlooker

    0.3.355 • Public • Published

    module::Looker status stable

    Collection of routines to traverse complex data structure. The module takes care of cycles in a data structure( recursions ) and can be used for comparison, cloning, serialization or operation on several similar data structures. Many other modules based on this to traverse abstract data structures.

    Relations diagram

    The diagram above displays the connections between classes Looker, Replicator, Stringer, Selector, Resolver and Equaler. The solid lines indicate inheritance between classes, where the arrow indicates the parent class. The dashed lines indicate the use of classes, where the arrow indicates the class used by another. The diagram shows that Looker is the basic class, and it's inherited by others.

    Sample

    let structure =
    {
      number : 1,
      string : 's',
      array : [ 1, { date : new Date() } ],
      routine : function(){},
      set : new Set([ 'a', 13 ]),
      hasmap : new HashMap([ [ 'a', 13 ], [ null, 0 ] ]),
    }
    
    _.look( structure, ( e, k, it ) => console.log( it.path ) );
    
    /* output :
    /
    /number
    /string
    /array
    /array/#0
    /array/#1
    /array/#1/date
    /routine
    /set
    /set/a
    /set/#1
    /hasmap
    /hasmap/a
    /hasmap/#1
    */

    Source

    Try out from the repository

    git clone https://github.com/Wandalen/wLooker
    cd wLooker
    will .npm.install
    node sample/trivial/Sample.s
    

    Make sure you have utility willbe installed. To install willbe: npm i -g willbe@stable. Willbe is required to build of the module.

    To add to your project

    npm add 'wlooker@stable'
    

    Willbe is not required to use the module in your project as submodule.

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    Install

    npm i wlooker

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    Version

    0.3.355

    License

    MIT

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