How to use binaryextensions - 2 common examples

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few binaryextensions examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

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github bevry / istextorbinary / source / index.js View on Github external
function isTextSync(filename, buffer) {
	// Test extensions
	if (filename) {
		// Extract filename
		const parts = pathUtil
			.basename(filename)
			.split('.')
			.reverse()

		// Cycle extensions
		for (const extension of parts) {
			if (textExtensions.indexOf(extension) !== -1) {
				return true
			}
			if (binaryExtensions.indexOf(extension) !== -1) {
				return false
			}
		}
	}

	// Fallback to encoding if extension check was not enough
	if (buffer) {
		return getEncodingSync(buffer) === 'utf8'
	}

	// No buffer was provided
	return null
}
github OpusCapita / filemanager / packages / server-nodejs / router / lib.js View on Github external
const isBinaryFile = async filePath => {
  const ext = path.extname(filePath).slice(1);

  if (ext) {
    if (textExtensions.includes(ext)) { return false; }
    if (binaryExtensions.includes(ext)) { return true; }
  }

  return _isBinaryFile(filePath);
}

binaryextensions

A package that contains an array of every single file extension there is for binary files

Artistic-2.0
Latest version published 2 months ago

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