require-globify - transform for browserify, which allows to require files with globbing expressions

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Transform for browserify, which allows to require files with globbing expressions. The transform is triggered by adding an additional parameter to the classic require() call.

https://github.com/capaj/require-globify

Dependencies:

browserify-transform-tools : ^1.6.0
glob : ^7.0.5

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