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wrap-error-message

Properly wrap an error's message

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Properly wrap an error's message.

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Example

import wrapErrorMessage from 'wrap-error-message' wrapErrorMessage(new Error('Message.'), 'Additional message.') // Error: Message. // Additional message. wrapErrorMessage(new Error('Message.'), 'Additional message:') // Error: Additional message: Message. wrapErrorMessage(new Error('Message.'), 'Additional message:\n') // Error: Additional message: // Message. wrapErrorMessage(new Error('Message.'), '') // Error: Message. const invalidError = 'Message.' wrapErrorMessage(invalidError, 'Additional message.') // Error: Message. // Additional message. wrapErrorMessage(new Error(' Message with spaces '), ' Additional message ') // Error: Message with spaces // Additional message

Install

npm install wrap-error-message

This package works in both Node.js >=14.18.0 and browsers. It is an ES module and must be loaded using an import or import() statement, not require().

API

wrapErrorMessage(error, message)

error Error | any
message string
Return value: Error

Appends message to error.message. If message ends with : or :\n, prepends it instead.

Returns error. If error is not an Error instance, it is converted to one.

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Last updated on 21 Nov 2022

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