… a symlinked path.
include() should not be used by libraries because it will pollute the global namespace. To discourage this behavior and bring Node more in-line with the current CommonJS module system, include() is removed. Small scripts like unit tests often times do want to pollute the global namespace for ease. To avoid the boiler plate code of var x = require("/x.js"); var foo = x.foo; var bar = x.bar; The function node.mixin() is stolen from jQuery's jQuery.extend. So that it can be written: node.mixin(require("/x.js")); Reference: http://docs.jquery.com/Utilities/jQuery.extend http://groups.google.com/group/nodejs/browse_thread/thread/f9ac83e5c11e7e87
Now you can require("/repl.js") in your server to be able to examine it while it's running.