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#glob-rules Build Status

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Test or transform filesystem paths with glob-like rules

If minimatch works like RegEx.test, then glob-rules works like RegEx.replace. If you don't need replacing parts of matched filesystem path, or you need feature rich matcher, then use minimatch. This library is for copy/move/transfrom functionality, like inside building scripts.

##Features

  • * matching single path segment of any length including 0
  • ** matching subpath of any length including 0
  • ? matching single character of segment
  • replacing could be achived with brackets like in regular expressions

##Examples

var glob_rules = require("glob-rules");

// bulding minifying
var transformer = glob_rules.transformer("./src/(**).js", "./build/$1-min.js");
console.log(transformer("./src/app.js")); // ./build/app-min.js
console.log(transformer("./src/module/func.js")); // ./build/module/func-min.js

// compiling coffee-script
var transformer = glob_rules.transformer("./src/(**).coffee", "./build/$1.js");
console.log(transformer("./src/app.coffee")); // ./build/app.js
console.log(transformer("./src/module/func.coffee")); // ./build/module/func.js

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Code and documentation copyright 2014 Eugene Chernyshov. Code released under the MIT license.

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