How to use the intl-messageformat-parser.default function in intl-messageformat-parser

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github GoogleChrome / lighthouse / lighthouse-core / scripts / i18n / prune-obsolete-lhl-messages.js View on Github external
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'use strict';

const fs = require('fs');
const path = require('path');
const glob = require('glob');
const MessageParser = require('intl-messageformat-parser').default;

const {collectAllCustomElementsFromICU} = require('../../lib/i18n/i18n.js');

/** @typedef {Record} LhlMessages */

 * Returns whether the string `lhlMessage` has ICU arguments matching the
 * already extracted `goldenArgumentIds`. Assumes `goldenArgumentIds` is sorted.
 * @param {Array} goldenArgumentIds
 * @param {string} lhlMessage
 * @return {boolean}
function equalArguments(goldenArgumentIds, lhlMessage) {
  const parsedMessage = MessageParser.parse(lhlMessage);
  const lhlArgumentElements = collectAllCustomElementsFromICU(parsedMessage.elements);
  const lhlArgumentIds = [...lhlArgumentElements.keys()];