0.1.15 • Published 6 years ago

json-regulator-with-regexp v0.1.15

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json-regulator

Manages conditional configurations by promoting and/or eliminating specific keys of a JSON value object.

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Install

npm install json-regulator

API

regulate(values, promotions, eliminations, immutables, options)

For given JSON value object values, returns a new JSON value object, that promotes keys in promotions array one level up, and eliminats keys in both promotions and eliminations arrays.

Context

Don't care.

Parameters

values

The JSON value object needs to regulate.

promotions

Key or array of keys to promote.

eliminations

Optional. Key or array of keys to eliminate.

immutables

Optional. Key or array of keys that should never mutate.

options
options.overwrite

Optional. Overwrite existing values or not. Default is true.

Returns

A new regulated JSON value object.

Example

var regulate = require('json-regulator');

var production = ['production', 'prod'];
var development = ['development', 'dev'];
var config = {
    development: {
        description: 'development build',
        release: false,
        src: 'src/',
        dest: 'build/'
    },
    production: {
        description: 'production build',
        release: true,
        src: 'src/',
        dest: 'dist/',
        sourcemaps: {
            dest: 'maps/'
        }
    },
    scripts: {
        src: '**/*.js',
        prod: {
            bundle: 'bundle.js'
        },
        options: {
            debug: false,
            dev: {
                debug: true
            }
        }
    },
    deploy: {
        development: {
            settings: {
                'log-level': 'info'
            }
        },
        dev: {
            settings: {
                overwrite: 'force'
            }
        },
        production: {
            settings: {
                'log-level': 'warning'
            }
        },
        prod: {
            settings: {
                overwrite: 'auto'
            }
        }
    }
};

With the call:

config = regulate(config, production, development);

Generates:

{
    description: 'production build',
    release: true,
    src: 'src/',
    dest: 'dist/',
    sourcemaps: {
        dest: 'maps/'
    },
    scripts: {
        src: '**/*.js',
        bundle: 'bundle.js',
        options: {
            debug: false
        }
    },
    deploy: {
        settings: {
            'log-level': 'warning',
            overwrite: 'auto'
        }
    }
}

And with the call:

config = regulate(config, development, production);

Generates:

{
    description: 'development build',
    release: false
    src: 'src/',
    dest: 'build/',
    scripts: {
        src: '**/*.js',
        options: {
            debug: true
        }
    },
    deploy: {
        settings: {
            'log-level': 'info',
            overwrite: 'force'
        }
    }}

Sample Usage

If you are using gulp, you can enable conditional build with conditional configurations.

var gulp = require('gulp'),
    concat = require('gulp-concat'),
    doif = require('gulp-if'),
    sourcemaps = require('gulp-sourcemaps'),
    uglify = require('gulp-uglify'),
    util = require('gulp-util');

var production = ['production', 'prod'],
    development = ['development', 'dev'],
    config = {
        // ...
    };

if (util.env.dev) {
    config = regulate(config, development, production);
} else {
    config = regulate(config, production, development);
}

gulp.task('scripts', function () {
    return gulp.src(config.src + config.scripts.src)
        .pipe(doif(config.sourcemaps, sourcemaps.init()))
        .pipe(doif(config.release, uglify()))
        .pipe(doif(config.release, concat(config.scripts.bundle)))
        .pipe(doif(config.sourcemaps, sourcemaps.write(config.dest + config.sourcemaps.dest)))
        .pipe(gulp.dest(config.dest));
});

Run gulp:

$ gulp --dev scripts

Test

$ npm test

Change Log

  • 2016/01/09 - 0.1.15

    • Feature: add immutables parameter. See test for examples.
  • 2016/01/02 - 0.1.14

    • Feature: add overwrite option.
    • Bug Fix: process normal properies before promotions properties to ensure overwrite option.
  • 2015/12/24 - 0.1.10

    • NPM: Update npm settings.
  • 2015/12/18 - 0.1.9

    • Feature: also process objects inside array values recursively.
    • Feature: parameter promotions and eliminations now can be string or array of strings.
    • Enhance: returns a new JSON value object, the input values is immutable now.
  • 2015/12/15 - 0.1.0

    • First release.

Related

License

MIT

Author

Amobiz