It has three main functions:
trucker --info filename.jsor
trucker -i filename.js)
Move/rename source files while fixing up the paths used in requires. (
trucker --move source destinationor
trucker -m source destination)
Find unused files (files that are not required by any other files). (
Why is it called trucker? Because it hauls your files around without breaking them.
CommonJS - i.e.
require(for example: node.js or browserify source files)
ECMAScript 6 - i.e.
npm install -g trucker
Trucker requires node.js 0.12 or greater.
The unit tests use block scoping and arrow functions, so they require Node 4+.
To move files:
trucker --move [flags] source [additional sources...] destination
Get dependency info about files
To get info about files:
trucker --info [optional file paths]
If no paths are passed, trucker will spit out information for all files in the
base path (see options below).
Find unused files
Find files that are not required by any other source files in given path
trucker --unused [path]
in the examples directory (provided), you can try the following (add
-n for dry run mode if desired):
Get info about all dependencies in the current directory and all sub directories
Get dependencies for just one subdirectory
trucker -i stark/
Move a single file:
trucker --move stark/eddard.js deceased/
Move a single file, specifying destination path:
trucker -m stark/eddard.js deceased/ned.js
Move multiple files explicitly
trucker -m stark/eddard.js tully/catelyn.js deceased/
Move a directory:
trucker -m stark deceased/stark
Paths are automatically created:
trucker -m stark/eddard.js deceased/in/book1/
-h, --help prints the help
-n, --dry-run tells trucker not to move any files, but to instead print out a list of all of the changes that would have been made if this option was not set.
-s, --scope can be used to expand or contract the set of files that trucker searches for dependencies. This defaults to the present working directory. If you have a very large project you may wish to constrain the scope for performance reasons (analysis takes time), or in some cases you may wish to expand the scope beyond the current directory. Use
--scope for this.
-q, --quiet suppress output
-e, --exclude Add file glob pattern to ignore to those found in the
.gitignore file. Repeat this options to add many patterns.
Supported file types
Trucker ignores files using the first .gitignore it finds, starting from the base directory (usually cwd), and ascending to the root.
See too the
--exclude option above.
Tested on OSX
Should also work on other platforms. Let me know if you have a problem.
Trucker only recognizes basic require syntax.
Trucker doesn't recognize this, for example:
var x = '../foo/bar'; var y = require(x);