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Synchronous exec with status code support. Requires no external dependencies, no need for node-gyp compilations etc.
Node extension that synchronously executes multiple shell commands in given order and outputs results in real-time!
execute shell commands from node.js, synchronous, with stdin, stdout, stderr.
execSync for v0.10 and v0.11
Synchronous exec with status code support. Requires no external dependencies, no need for node-gyp compilations etc. This build works better on Windows.
Elegant command execution with built-in control flow
Utility to check dependencies
gulp plugin for execSync
Small promise wrapper around node's `child_process#exec` allowing you to use async/await syntax for commands you want to execute.
Simple spec-runner for executable scripts.
execsync grunt option, this plugin can be used in bath v0.10 and v0.11
Useful additions to inbuilt child_process module.
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A small wrapper on node's native `child_process`. It can start an elevated child process (run as aminstrator) using `spawn`, `exec`, `fork`, `spawnSync` or `execSync` from a non-elevated process; offering stdin, stdout and stderr on the elevated process
Execute multiple processes at once synchronously or asynchronously.
Polyfill of spawnSync and execSync for Node-0.10.x (Unix only yet)
A CLI for running batches of shell commands on folders.
Async EXEC - A micro for executing shell commands that returns the output and supports Promise and await.