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    path-is-absolute

Node.js 0.12 path.isAbsolute() ponyfill


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What is path-is-absolute?

The path-is-absolute npm package provides a simple utility to check if a given path is an absolute path. In different operating systems, an absolute path is defined differently, and this package takes those differences into account, offering a consistent API across environments.

What are path-is-absolute's main functionalities?

Check if a path is absolute

This feature allows you to check if a given path string represents an absolute path on the current operating system. The function returns a boolean value: true if the path is absolute, and false otherwise.

var pathIsAbsolute = require('path-is-absolute');
console.log(pathIsAbsolute('/home/foo')); // On Unix: true
console.log(pathIsAbsolute('C:\\path\\to\\file')); // On Windows: true
console.log(pathIsAbsolute('foo/bar')); // false

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Deprecated

This package is no longer relevant as Node.js 0.12 is unmaintained.


path-is-absolute Build Status

Node.js 0.12 path.isAbsolute() ponyfill

Install

$ npm install --save path-is-absolute

Usage

const pathIsAbsolute = require('path-is-absolute');

// Running on Linux
pathIsAbsolute('/home/foo');
//=> true
pathIsAbsolute('C:/Users/foo');
//=> false

// Running on Windows
pathIsAbsolute('C:/Users/foo');
//=> true
pathIsAbsolute('/home/foo');
//=> false

// Running on any OS
pathIsAbsolute.posix('/home/foo');
//=> true
pathIsAbsolute.posix('C:/Users/foo');
//=> false
pathIsAbsolute.win32('C:/Users/foo');
//=> true
pathIsAbsolute.win32('/home/foo');
//=> false

API

See the path.isAbsolute() docs.

pathIsAbsolute(path)

pathIsAbsolute.posix(path)

POSIX specific version.

pathIsAbsolute.win32(path)

Windows specific version.

License

MIT © Sindre Sorhus

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Last updated on 08 Nov 2018

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