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lead

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Sink your streams.

Usage

var from = require('from2');
var through = require('through2');
var sink = require('lead');

// Might be used as a Transform or Writeable
var maybeThrough = through(function(chunk, enc, cb) {
  // processing
  cb(null, chunk);
});

from(['hello', 'world'])
  // Sink it to behave like a Writeable
  .pipe(sink(maybeThrough))

API

sink(stream)

Takes a stream to sink and returns the same stream. Sets up event listeners to infer if the stream is being used as a Transform or Writeable stream and sinks it on nextTick if necessary. If the stream is being used as a Transform stream but becomes unpiped, it will be sunk. Respects pipe, on('data') and on('readable') handlers.

License

MIT

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