How to use abstract-syntax-tree - 2 common examples

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github buxlabs / amd-to-es6 / test / helper / spec.js View on Github external
harvest: function harvest (dir) {
    const file1 = path.join(__dirname, '../fixture/', dir, '/input.js')
    const file2 = path.join(__dirname, '../fixture/', dir, '/harvest.json')
    const input = fs.readFileSync(file1, 'utf8')
    const expected = JSON.parse(fs.readFileSync(file2, 'utf8'))
    const ast = AbstractSyntaxTree.parse(input, { sourceType: 'module' })
    const analyzer = new Analyzer(ast)
    const harvester = new Importer(ast, { analyzer })
    const result = harvester.harvest()
    const isValid = JSON.stringify(expected) === JSON.stringify(result)
    if (!isValid) {
      console.log('-- EXPECTED --')
      console.log(JSON.stringify(expected, null, 2))
      console.log('-- RESULT --')
      console.log(JSON.stringify(result, null, 2))
    }
    return isValid
  }
}
github buxlabs / amd-to-es6 / src / class / Module.js View on Github external
static parse (source, options) {
    options.next = true
    return AbstractSyntaxTree.parse(source, options)
  }

abstract-syntax-tree

abstract syntax tree

MIT
Latest version published 22 days ago

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