Resolve the path of a module like
require.resolve()but from a given path
$ npm install resolve-from
const resolveFrom = require('resolve-from'); // There is a file at `./foo/bar.js` resolveFrom('foo', './bar'); //=> '/Users/sindresorhus/dev/test/foo/bar.js'
require(), throws when the module can't be found.
undefined instead of throwing when the module can't be found.
Directory to resolve from.
What you would use in
Create a partial using a bound function if you want to resolve from the same
fromDirectory multiple times:
const resolveFromFoo = resolveFrom.bind(null, 'foo'); resolveFromFoo('./bar'); resolveFromFoo('./baz');
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