c3-linearization

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    c3-linearization

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    A package for doing Python-style C3-linearization in ECMAScript.

    Usage

    import { linearize } from 'c3-linearization'
     
    linearize({
      'A': ['B', 'C'],
      'B': [],
      'C': ['D'],
      'D': []
    })
     
    // {
    //   'A': ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D'],
    //   'B': ['B'],
    //   'C': ['C', 'D'],
    //   'D': ['D']
    // }

    Important notes

    Solidity does linearization from right to left (you write the parents from most base-like to most derived). This is exactly the reverse as in Python, where you put the most derived classes to the left. To get correct results with Solidity, set the reverse option to true.

    linearize('A': ['B', 'C'], { reverse: true })

    Python is also a bit more strict in the cases that it accepts. For accurate Python MRO, set the python option to true.

    linearize('A': ['B', 'C'], { python: true })

    Author

    Federico Bond

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i c3-linearization

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    Version

    0.3.0

    License

    MIT

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