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path.posix.dirname() on Node.js v0.10
$ npm install --save path-dirname
const pathDirname = require('path-dirname'); pathDirname('/home/foo'); //=> '/home' pathDirname('C:\\Users\\foo'); //=> 'C:\\Users' pathDirname('foo'); //=> '.' pathDirname('foo/bar'); //=> 'foo' //Using posix version for consistent output when dealing with glob escape chars pathDirname.win32('C:\\Users\\foo/\\*bar'); //=> 'C:\\Users\\foo/' pathDirname.posix('C:\\Users\\foo/\\*bar'); //=> 'C:\\Users\\foo'
POSIX specific version.
Windows specific version.
Node.js path.dirname() ponyfill
The npm package path-dirname receives a total of 8,483,618 weekly downloads. As such, path-dirname popularity was classified as popular.
We found that path-dirname demonstrated a not healthy version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released a year ago. It has 1 open source maintainer collaborating on the project.
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