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Module

std/path/posix/mod.ts

The Deno Standard Library
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import * as mod from "https://deno.land/std@0.222.1/path/posix/mod.ts";

Utilities for working with OS-specific file paths.

Codes in the examples uses POSIX path but it automatically use Windows path on Windows. Use methods under posix or win32 object instead to handle non platform specific path like:

import { posix, win32 } from "https://deno.land/std@0.222.1/path/mod.ts";
const p1 = posix.fromFileUrl("file:///home/foo");
const p2 = win32.fromFileUrl("file:///home/foo");
console.log(p1); // "/home/foo"
console.log(p2); // "\\home\\foo"

This module is browser compatible.

Functions

Return the last portion of a path. Trailing directory separators are ignored, and optional suffix is removed.

Determines the common path from a set of paths, using an optional separator, which defaults to the OS default separator.

Return the directory path of a path.

Return the extension of the path with leading period.

Generate a path from FormatInputPathObject object.

Converts a file URL to a path string.

Convert a glob string to a regular expression.

Verifies whether provided path is absolute

Test whether the given string is a glob

Join all given a sequence of paths,then normalizes the resulting path.

Like join(), but doesn't collapse "**/.." when globstar is true.

Normalize the path, resolving '..' and '.' segments. Note that resolving these segments does not necessarily mean that all will be eliminated. A '..' at the top-level will be preserved, and an empty path is canonically '.'.

Like normalize(), but doesn't collapse "**/.." when globstar is true.

Return a ParsedPath object of the path.

Return the relative path from from to to based on current working directory.

Resolves path segments into a path

Converts a path string to a file URL.

Resolves path to a namespace path

Interfaces

Options for globToRegExp.

A parsed path object generated by path.parse() or consumed by path.format().