1.1.1 • Published 3 years ago
3 years ago
A package that initializes dd trace when the environment is production, (and is lexographically superior, so that it is sorted to be "first").
To use this package, import or require it.
0-- beginning with a
-is slightly prefered to me, but npmjs.com doesn't allow it. It just errors with a 404 if you try, so it might be a bug, but my gut says it's intentional. It's not consistent with the npm package though. Note that
0-is lexographically superior to
0-is the most lexographically superior prefix for an npmjs.com package.
dd-trace- It's a
dd-tracelib at heart, so it's got
init- It runs the
first- This is kind of redundant with the
0-prefix, but this should remind developers that it belongs at the first, in case someone decides to name their package
0--aor something silly that is more superior. I admit that this solution isn't perfect, it's just more perfect than anything else I can think of.
production- It only runs
init()if the node env is production. Someone might want a
0-dd-trace-init-firstthat runs always or something.