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find-babel-config

Find the closest babel config based on a directory


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What is find-babel-config?

The find-babel-config npm package is a utility that helps in finding Babel configuration files in a project. It searches for Babel configuration files (.babelrc, .babelrc.js, babel.config.js) in the directory you specify and upwards through the directory tree until it finds a configuration file.

What are find-babel-config's main functionalities?

find Babel configuration

This feature allows you to find the Babel configuration file and its contents. The function returns a promise that resolves with an object containing the path to the configuration file and its contents if found.

const findBabelConfig = require('find-babel-config');

(async () => {
  const { file, config } = await findBabelConfig('./path/to/project');
  if (file) {
    console.log(`Found Babel config at: ${file}`);
    console.log('Config contents:', config);
  } else {
    console.log('No Babel config found.');
  }
})();

synchronous find

This feature provides a synchronous method to find the Babel configuration file. It returns an object with the path to the configuration file and its contents if found.

const findBabelConfig = require('find-babel-config');

const { file, config } = findBabelConfig.sync('./path/to/project');
if (file) {
  console.log(`Found Babel config at: ${file}`);
  console.log('Config contents:', config);
} else {
  console.log('No Babel config found.');
}

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2.1.1 (2024-04-17)

Bug Fixes

  • Add node16 support back (#76) (97c759a)

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find-babel-config

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Helper function to retrieve the closest Babel configuration from a specific directory.

Installation

npm install --save find-babel-config

Usage

Async

// directory can be an absolute or relative path
// If it's a relative path, it is relative to the current working directory (process.cwd())
const directory = 'src';
findBabelConfig(directory).then(({ file, config }) => {
    if (file) {
        // file is the file in which the config is found
        console.log(file);
        // config is a JS plain object with the babel config
        console.log(config);
    }
});

Sync

// directory can be an absolute or relative path
// If it's a relative path, it is relative to the current working directory (process.cwd())
const directory = 'src';
const { file, config } = findBabelConfig.sync(directory);
// if file === null, the config wasn't found. (Also config === null)
if (file) {
    // file is the file in which the config is found
    console.log(file);
    // config is a JS plain object with the babel config
    console.log(config);
}

A second parameter can be given to findBabelConfig, it specifies the depth of search. By default, this value is Infinity but you can set the value you want: findBabelConfig('src', 10).

License

MIT, see LICENSE.md for details.

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Package last updated on 17 Apr 2024

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