moduleify

A browserify transform for shimming globals-polluting libraries.

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Synopsis

moduleify is a browserify transform for shimming globals-polluting libraries.

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Install

Node.js

With NPM

npm install moduleify

From source

git clone https://github.com/pluma/moduleify.git
cd moduleify
npm install
make test

Basic usage example

example/vendor/angular.js

angular = {awesome: true};
// No CommonJS export, just a global

example/app.js

var ng = require('./vendor/angular');
console.log(ng); // {awesome: true}

Usage

var browserify = require('browserify'),
    moduleify = require('moduleify'),
    b = browserify();

b.transform(moduleify({
    "vendor/angular.js": "angular"
}));
b.add('./app.js');
b.bundle().pipe(require('fs').createWriteStream('bundle.js'));

API

moduleify(rules):transform

Creates a browserify transform that will append module.exports statements to all matching files.

If rules is an object, each filename will be checked against its keys. If one of the keys is contained in the filename, the global with the name matching the value the key is mapped to will be exported.

moduleify({
    "vendor/angular.js": "angular",
    "jquery": "$"
});

Alternatively rules can be an array containing tuples of paths and names. Each filename will be checked against each path. The path can either be a string to be found in the filename or a regular expression to test against.

In either case path separators in the filename will be converted to slashes before testing for matches.

moduleify([
    ["vendor/angular", "angular"],
    [/vendor\/jquery(-\d+(\.\d+)+)?\.js$/, "$"]
]);

Unlicense

This is free and unencumbered public domain software. For more information, see http://unlicense.org/ or the accompanying UNLICENSE file.

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