How to use find-remove - 1 common examples

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

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github salesforce / design-system-react / scripts / publish-to-git.js View on Github external
const publish = (done, type) => {
	const tmpPath = getTmpPath(type);
	const tmpDir = tmpPath();
	const remote = argv.remote || 'origin';

	let typeSuffix = '';
	if (type !== 'commonjs') {
		typeSuffix = `-${type}`;

	const result = findRemoveSync(`${tmpDir}/components`, { dir: '__tests__' });
	console.log('Removed the following test files:');

	let actions = [
		{ command: 'git init', dir: tmpDir, rootPath },
		{ command: `cp ${gitDir}/config ${tmpDir}/.git`, rootPath },
		{ command: 'git add -A', dir: tmpDir, rootPath },

	if (argv.tag) {
		actions = [
				command: `git commit -m "Release commit for ${
				}-${type} [ci skip]"`,


recursively finds files and/or directories by filter options from a start directory onwards and deletes these according to plenty of options you can configure. useful if you want to clean up stuff within a directory in your node.js app.

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