Extract the non-magic parent path from a glob string.
The directory used by npm for globally installed npm modules.
Convert a string to a valid safe filename
Node.js path.dirname() ponyfill
Pollyfill for node.js `path.parse`, parses a filepath into an object.
Convert a string to be able to use as a filename with Japanese characters.
Return true if a file path contains the given path.
Use file structure to namespace your code.
Locate files or folders in the directory where Node was started
Convert strings to valid filenames or filepaths
Get all directories contained in a string file path
Quickly find a file in your Node directory
Returns an array of NPM directory paths based on the user's platform and environment.
Get the name of a project, from package.json, git config, or basename of the current working directory.
Returns an object with the (non-glob) base path and the actual pattern.
Recursively extract/find/search non-glob (real/file/base) path from/in glob pattern or array of glob patterns using `is-glob`.
Get cross-platform XDG Base Directories or their equivalents. Works with Linux, Windows, or MacOS.
It Packs Some JS Helper Functions
Iterate over all parent directories of a given path
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