EventEmitters by default print a warning on the console when you add more than 10 listeners. This module makes EventEmitters shut up!
var shutup = require('shutup'); var EventEmitter = require('events').EventEmitter; var ee = shutup(new EventEmitter()); // or var ee = new EventEmitter(); shutup(ee); // now add as many listeners as you want without getting errors
Since a Stream also is an EventEmitter this works with streams the same way.
This is the cooler version of
ee.setMaxListeners(Infinity) and more
convenient since you can use it in the same line as you create the
This is how it looks with through:
var tr = shutup(through());
ee's maximum listeners to
Infinity and returns
With npm do
$ npm install shutup
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