bower-endpoint-parser

Little module that helps with endpoints parsing.

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Little module that helps with endpoints parsing.

API

.decompose(endpoint)

Decomposes a endpoint into name, source and target.

var endpointParser = require('bower-endpoint-parser');

endpointParser.decompose('jquery#~2.0.0');
// { name: '', source: 'jquery', target: '~2.0.0' }

endpointParser.decompose('backbone=backbone-amd#~1.0.0');
// { name: 'backbone', source: 'backbone-amd', target: '~1.0.0' }

endpointParser.decompose('http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap.zip');
// { name: '', source: 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap', target: '*' }

endpointParser.decompose('bootstrap=http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap.zip');
// { name: 'bootstrap', source: 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap', target: '*' }

.compose(decEndpoint)

Inverse of decompose().
Takes a decomposed endpoint and composes it back into a string.

var endpointParser = require('bower-endpoint-parser');

endpointParser.compose({ name: '', source: 'jquery', target: '~2.0.0' });
// jquery#~2.0.0

endpointParser.compose({ name: 'backbone', source: 'backbone-amd', target: '~1.0.0' });
// backbone=backbone-amd#~1.0.0

endpointParser.compose({ name: '', source: 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap', target: '*' });
// http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap.zip

endpointParser.compose({ name: 'bootstrap', source: 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap', target: '*' });
// bootstrap=http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap.zip

.json2decomposed(key, value)

Similar to decompose() but specially designed to be used when parsing bower.json dependencies. For instance, in a bower.json like this:

{
    "name": "foo",
    "version": "0.1.0",
    "dependencies": {
        "jquery": "~1.9.1",
        "backbone": "backbone-amd#~1.0.0",
        "bootstrap": "http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap"
    }
}

You would call json2decomposed like so:

endpointParser.json2decomposed('jquery', '~1.9.1');
// { name: 'jquery', source: 'jquery', target: '~1.9.1' }

endpointParser.json2decomposed('backbone', 'backbone-amd#~1.0.0');
// { name: 'backbone', source: 'backbone-amd', target: '~1.0.0' }

endpointParser.json2decomposed('bootstrap', 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap');
// { name: 'bootstrap', source: 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap', target: '*' }

.decomposed2json(decEndpoint)

Inverse of json2decomposed().
Takes a decomposed endpoint and composes it to be saved to bower.json.

var endpointParser = require('bower-endpoint-parser');

endpointParser.decomposed2json({ name: 'jquery', source: 'jquery', target: '~2.0.0' });
// { jquery: '~2.0.0' }

endpointParser.decomposed2json({ name: 'backbone', source: 'backbone-amd', target: '~1.0.0' });
// { backbone: 'backbone-amd#~2.0.0' }

endpointParser.decomposed2json({ name: 'bootstrap', source: 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap', target: '*' });
// { bootstrap: 'http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap' }

This function throws an exception if the name from the decomposed endpoint is empty.

License

Released under the MIT License.

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