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path-type Build Status

Check if a path is a file, directory, or symlink

Install

$ npm install path-type

Usage

const {isFile} = require('path-type');

(async () => {
	console.log(await isFile('package.json'));
	//=> true
})();

API

isFile(path)

Check whether the passed path is a file.

Returns a Promise<boolean>.

path

Type: string

The path to check.

isDirectory(path)

Check whether the passed path is a directory.

Returns a Promise<boolean>.

isSymlink(path)

Check whether the passed path is a symlink.

Returns a Promise<boolean>.

isFileSync(path)

Synchronously check whether the passed path is a file.

Returns a boolean.

isDirectorySync(path)

Synchronously check whether the passed path is a directory.

Returns a boolean.

isSymlinkSync(path)

Synchronously check whether the passed path is a symlink.

Returns a boolean.


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