Extract the non-magic parent path from a glob string.
The directory used by npm for globally installed npm modules.
Convert a string to a valid safe filename
Node.js path.dirname() ponyfill
Pollyfill for node.js `path.parse`, parses a filepath into an object.
Convert a string to be able to use as a filename with Japanese characters.
Return true if a file path contains the given path.
Use file structure to namespace your code.
Locate files or folders in the directory where Node was started
Get all directories contained in a string file path
Convert strings to valid filenames or filepaths
Returns an array of NPM directory paths based on the user's platform and environment.
Quickly find a file in your Node directory
Get the name of a project, from package.json, git config, or basename of the current working directory.
Returns an object with the (non-glob) base path and the actual pattern.
Recursively extract/find/search non-glob (real/file/base) path from/in glob pattern or array of glob patterns using `is-glob`.
Get cross-platform XDG Base Directories or their equivalents. Works with Linux, Windows, or MacOS.
It Packs Some JS Helper Functions
Generate dirnames tree