npm install module-system
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Node Module System
A means to create wrappers to common JS systems.
- Emulating and wrapping common JS modules with more complex things like
package.jsonsupport is annoying.
- Override builtins for w/e common JS you are using.
- Bundling Stuff Together (Browserify, Node2Exec, etc.)
var createModuleSystem = require('module-system').createModuleSystem; var ModuleSystem = createModuleSystem(cached,resolve,load); ModuleSystem.runMain('main.js');
createModuleSystem(cached, resolve, load) => Module constructor
cached(parentModule, resolvedPath) => cachedModule
Tell the module system if this should be loaded from a cache
resolve(contextModule, path) => resolvedPath
Take a context from an existing module and resolve the path relative to it.
If there is no context such as with
runMain, the module argument will be null.
load(contextModule, resolvedPath) => void
Attach anything needed as contextModule.exports during this.
Bootstraps an environment and loads up the main module.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2013 Bradley Meck
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