Filesystem modules

Showing projects tagged as Filesystem

  • fs-extra

    7.9 7.1 JavaScript
    Extra methods for the fs module.
  • chokidar

    7.7 7.1 L3 JavaScript
    Filesystem watcher which stabilizes events from fs.watch and fs.watchFile as well as using native fsevents on OS X.
  • rimraf

    6.7 2.6 L4 JavaScript
    Recursively delete files like rm -rf.
  • mkdirp

    6.3 0.0 L5 JavaScript
    Recursively create directories like mkdir -p.
  • graceful-fs

    5.2 0.5 L4 JavaScript
    Drop-in replacement for the fs module with various improvements.
  • del

    5.2 1.4 JavaScript
    Delete files/folders using globs.
  • globby

    5.0 5.4 L5 JavaScript
    Glob files with support for multiple patterns.
  • fs-jetpack

    4.3 7.3 L5 JavaScript
    Completely redesigned file system API for convenience in everyday use.
  • make-dir

    3.7 4.0 JavaScript
    Recursively create directories like mkdir -p.
  • find-up

    2.9 3.7 L5 JavaScript
    Find a file by walking up parent directories.
  • filenamify

    2.7 3.5 JavaScript
    Convert a string to a valid filename.
  • load-json-file

    2.4 3.1 JavaScript
    Read and parse a JSON file.
  • Filehound

    2.2 6.5 L4 JavaScript
    Flexible and fluent interface for searching the file system
  • write-json-file

    2.1 0.8 JavaScript
    Stringify and write JSON to a file atomically.
  • fs-write-stream-atomic

    2.0 0.0 L5 JavaScript
    Like fs.createWriteStream(), but atomic.
  • proper-lockfile

    1.9 5.0 L4 JavaScript
    Inter-process and inter-machine lockfile utility.
  • sander

    1.8 0.0 L5 JavaScript
    Promise-based replacement for the fs module.
  • pkg-dir

    1.7 2.8 JavaScript
    Find the root directory of an npm package.
  • istextorbinary

    1.1 2.9 L4 JavaScript
    Check if a file is text or binary.
  • lnfs

    0.5 0.0 JavaScript
    Force create symlinks like ln -fs.
  • FileSniffer

    0.4 6.4 L5 JavaScript
    Find files and matching content
  • Watch-fn

    0.3 2.9 L5 JavaScript
    Watch files and react upon changes