resolve like require.resolve() on behalf of files asynchronously and synchronously
Recursively iterates over specified directory, require()'ing each file, and returning a nested hash structure containing those modules.
Enforces module path case sensitivity in Webpack
Resolve the path of a module like `require.resolve()` but from a given path
Find the module object for something that was require()d
shim for require.main.filename() that works in as many environments as possible
Determine an app's root path from anywhere inside the app
Additional ESLint's rules for Node.js
Let a globally installed package use a locally installed version of itself if available
The closest you can get to require something with bypassing the require cache
Node's default require extensions as a separate module
Cache requires to be lazy-loaded when needed.
Resolve the path of a module like `require.resolve()` but from the current working directory
Install a transform to `require.extensions` that always runs last, even if additional extensions are added later.
Import a module lazily
find all require() calls by walking the AST
Check if a protocol requires a certain port number to be added to an URL.
Proxies nodejs require in order to allow overriding dependencies during testing.
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