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recursive-readdir

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Recursively list all files in a directory and its subdirectories. It does not list the directories themselves.

Because it uses fs.readdir, which calls readdir under the hood on OS X and Linux, the order of files inside directories is not guaranteed.

Installation

npm install recursive-readdir

Usage

var recursive = require("recursive-readdir"); recursive("some/path", function (err, files) { // `files` is an array of file paths console.log(files); });

It can also take a list of files to ignore.

var recursive = require("recursive-readdir"); // ignore files named "foo.cs" or files that end in ".html". recursive("some/path", ["foo.cs", "*.html"], function (err, files) { console.log(files); });

You can also pass functions which are called to determine whether or not to ignore a file:

var recursive = require("recursive-readdir"); function ignoreFunc(file, stats) { // `file` is the path to the file, and `stats` is an `fs.Stats` // object returned from `fs.lstat()`. return stats.isDirectory() && path.basename(file) == "test"; } // Ignore files named "foo.cs" and descendants of directories named test recursive("some/path", ["foo.cs", ignoreFunc], function (err, files) { console.log(files); });

Promises

You can omit the callback and return a promise instead.

readdir("some/path").then( function(files) { console.log("files are", files); }, function(error) { console.error("something exploded", error); } );

The ignore strings support Glob syntax via minimatch.

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Popularity56/100
Quality94/100
Maintenance18/100

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