On it's own, this is wildly insecure. There's a good reason it wasn't included in the main methodOverride, and using it is probably a bad idea unless you really know what you're doing. At the very least, you should includ CSRF protection with it.
npm install --save connect-method-override-get
Usage with a Connect app
var app = connect(); app.use(connect.bodyParser()); app.use(require('methodOverrideGet')('_method'));
Usage with an Express app
var app = express(); app.use(express.bodyParser()); app.use(require('methodOverrideGet')('_method'));
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