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depcheck-detector-execa

Detector for depcheck that finds dependencies in execa calls.

    3.0.25
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3.0.25 (2023-04-10)

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  • update dependency @dword-design/tester-plugin-tmp-dir to v2.1.24 (3e87bf3)

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depcheck-detector-execa

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Detector for depcheck that finds dependencies in execa calls.

Install

# npm
$ npm install depcheck-detector-execa

# Yarn
$ yarn add depcheck-detector-execa

Usage

Custom detectors are currently only supported when using depcheck via the Node.js API. Simply add the detector to your depcheck config and run depcheck:

const depcheck = require('depcheck')
const execaDetector = require('depcheck-detector-execa')

const options = {
  detectors: [
    execaDetector,
  ],
}

depcheck(process.cwd(), options, unused => {
  console.log(unused.dependencies); // an array containing the unused dependencies
  console.log(unused.devDependencies); // an array containing the unused devDependencies
  console.log(unused.missing); // a lookup containing the dependencies missing in `package.json` and where they are used
  console.log(unused.invalidFiles); // files that cannot access or parse
  console.log(unused.invalidDirs); // directories that cannot access
})

The detector detects calls like

import execa from 'execa'

execa('foo')
execa('foo', ['--verbose'])
execa.command('foo bar')

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Are you missing something or want to contribute? Feel free to file an issue or a pull request! ⚙️

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Hey, I am Sebastian Landwehr, a freelance web developer, and I love developing web apps and open source packages. If you want to support me so that I can keep packages up to date and build more helpful tools, you can donate here:

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Thanks a lot for your support! ❤️

License

MIT License © Sebastian Landwehr

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Last updated on 10 Apr 2023

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