This package was in version 0.0.1 under
fmod - shortcut for file modifier name and has changed to replace in next version.
It turns out that FMOD is a registered trademark 😮 and I don't want troubles ☺️ 😅
fmod is node. file modifier.
How it works?
fmod Creates read stream to read from the target file in chunks, do the replacement in new file holding the updated chunk using write stream. Return array of objects contains the final results in callback function.
Original file won't be modified instead
fmod will create new file which have new data and delete the old one.
clone the repo:
git clone email@example.com:jimmy02020/fmod.gitcd fmod
$ npm install fmod
fmod(path, objects, callback)
objects array of objects. Each object must have two properties
regex for RegExp/String to matching and
replace the string that will replaced.
The callback gets two arguments
const fmod =// let's create some phrases to replace it in our file.const phrase1 =// regexregex:/old/ig// replacereplace:'new'// and we have to replace more.const phrase1 =// regexregex:'second'// replacereplace:'third';
Or you can check specific phrase result.
$ npm test
This project is licensed under the MIT License