How to use write-yaml-file - 1 common examples

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github pnpm / pnpm / privatePackages / prepare / src / index.ts View on Github external
manifestFormat?: ManifestFormat,
    tempDir?: string,
  }
) {
  const dir = opts?.tempDir ?? path.join(tempDir(test), 'project')

  makeDir.sync(dir)
  switch (opts?.manifestFormat ?? 'JSON') {
    case 'JSON':
      writePkg.sync(dir, { name: 'project', version: '0.0.0', ...manifest } as any) // tslint:disable-line
      break
    case 'JSON5':
      writeJson5File(path.join(dir, 'package.json5'), { name: 'project', version: '0.0.0', ...manifest } as any) // tslint:disable-line
      break
    case 'YAML':
      writeYamlFile(path.join(dir, 'package.yaml'), { name: 'project', version: '0.0.0', ...manifest } as any) // tslint:disable-line
      break
  }
  process.chdir(dir)

  return assertProject(test, dir)
}

write-yaml-file

Stringify and write YAML to a file atomically

MIT
Latest version published 2 years ago

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