How to use the node-project-validator.hasAnyDependencies function in node-project-validator

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const run = (options) => {
  const dir =;

  // validates the project.
  validator.hasPackageJson(dir, true);
  validator.hasAnyDependencies(dir, true);
  validator.hasNodeModules(dir, true);

  // ignores test directory by default.
  if (! {

  // all the require() found.
  const requireSet = new Set();

  // lists JS files.
  listJS(dir, options.ignore)
    .then((files) => {
      // searches the require() for each file.
      files.forEach((f) => {
        const src = fs.readFileSync(f);


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