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Highly optimized wildcard and glob matching library. Faster, drop-in replacement to minimatch and multimatch. Used by webpack, babel core, yarn, jest, browser-sync, documentation.js, stylelint, nyc, ava, and many others!

  • Updated Jul 13, 2020
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mriffey
mriffey commented Sep 6, 2018

Recently I was working with another dev on some performance issues. At one point, i took the dbv++ output, pasted it into a blank email (to get the spacing formatted), then took that and pasted it into Excel. I then added a column for Elapsed time (this step) and added a formula to calculate for each line how much time had elapsed since the last log entry. A simple process, but kind of cumbersome.

SteelPhase
SteelPhase commented Nov 26, 2019

Would it be possible to have the regex parser support character classes like \w within other character classes? I had a regex pattern earlier that used the character class [0-9a-zA-Z_\.-], and I attempted to simplify it with [\w\.\-]. I didn't notice this library doesn't support doing that, and was wondering just how difficult that would be to implement. For the time being i'm just expanding

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