Very, very simple way to have easy access to the standard errno's as well as a few additional ones
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node-errno

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An easier way to track errno's

This is mainly for use with node-launchctl

Install

$ npm install syserrno

API

#strerror(errno)

Params:

  • {Number} errno The error number

Example:

var errno = require('errno')
console.log(errno.strerror(148))
// outputs "Invalid domain"

#errorForCode(code)

Params:

  • {String} code The error code

Example:

var errno = require('errno')
var err = errno.errorForCode('EIVALDO')
console.log(err)

Returns: An Error object containing

{
  code: 'EIVALDO',
  msg: 'Invalid domain',
  errno: 148
}

#errorForErrno(errno)

Params:

  • {Number} errno The error number