Adds `confirm` prompt support to Enquirer.
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Confirm (yes/no) prompt. Can be used standalone or with a prompt system like Enquirer.

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prompt-confirm example

Install

Install with npm:

$ npm install --save prompt-confirm

Usage

Question

Pass a string or question object to the constructor:

const Confirm = require('prompt-confirm');
const prompt = new Confirm('Do you like chocolate?');

// or
const prompt = new Confirm({
  name: 'chocolate', 
  message: 'Do you like chocolate?'
});

Run the prompt

You can use one of the following two methods for running the prompt:

// async
prompt.ask(function(answer) {
  console.log(answer);
});

// or promise
prompt.run()
  .then(function(answer) {
    console.log(answer);
  });

Examples

const confirm = new Confirm('Like chocolate?')
  .ask(function(answer) {
    console.log(answer);
  });

const confirm = new Confirm('Like chocolate?')
  .run()
  .then(function(answer) {
    console.log(answer);
  });

Usage with enquirer

const Enquirer = require('enquirer');
const enquirer = new Enquirer();

enquirer.register('confirm', require('prompt-confirm'));

Enquirer example

Enquirer supports either the declarative object-oriented (inquirer-style) question format or a more expressive format using the .question method.

Declarative

Inquirer-style declarative format (takes an array or object):

const questions = [
  {
    type: 'confirm',
    name: 'chocolate',
    message: 'Like chocolate?'
  },
  {
    type: 'confirm',
    name: 'vanilla',
    message: 'Like vanilla?'
  }
];

enquirer.ask(questions)
  .then(function(answers) {
    console.log(answers)
  });

Expressive

Pre-define questions and easily compose prompts by passing the name(s) of the prompts to run:

enquirer.question('chocolate', 'Like chocolate?', {type: 'confirm'});
enquirer.question('vanilla', 'Like vanilla?', {type: 'confirm'});

enquirer
  .prompt(['chocolate', 'vanilla'])
  .then(function(answers) {
    console.log(answers)
  });

About

Contributing

Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

Running Tests

Running and reviewing unit tests is a great way to get familiarized with a library and its API. You can install dependencies and run tests with the following command:

$ npm install && npm test
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Author

Jon Schlinkert

License

Copyright © 2018, Jon Schlinkert. Released under the MIT License.


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