; //loading the packageconsole; /*using it to write "text" to console in cyrillic, the output will be "текст" */console; //output will be "text"
You can also give it a second parameter, in case you want something to remain unchanged.
For example, I want 'Microsoft' and 'Google' to remain the same:
;console;//the expected output is "неки текст, Google Microsoft"
Do note though that you need to write it as a string, with each entry divided by commas (,).
You can also pass a third parameter.
If the third parameter is a 'falsy' value, it will use the auto-detector that i built: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@pionir/detektor-js.
It only counts through the first 512 characters, so if you have some massive strings it won't count through the entire string, so it may not be 100% accurate if both are abundant throughout the text. It will convert every character no matter the length of the string, though.
If you want to avoid this, you can give it a parameter 'Cyrl' for cyrillic, a non-empty string for latin.
;console; //i passed t as the third parameter so that it isn't a 'falsy' value//expected output is "текст ин латин"console; /*i passed 'Cyrl' as the third parameter, so now it will treat it as cyrillic text and the output will be "tekst na ćirilici"*///alternatively you can just let it use the auto-detectconsole; //the output here will be "текст текст анд море текст"
./tests/main.js is a test file used with ava. Feel free to configure it as you wish.
Note: A few letters that exist in English latin don't exist in Serbian cyrillic, those are:
Q (translated as "ку"),
X (translated as "кс"),
Y (translated as "иј"),
W (translated as "в").
Here's a link to the npm page: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@pionir/preslovljivac-js
If you have any suggestions, feel free to send them to me. I'm always open for improvement.