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tiny-glob - 🚀 Super tiny and ~350% faster alternative to node-glob

  •    Javascript

Tiny and extremely fast library to match files and folders using glob patterns. "Globs" is the common name for a specific type of pattern used to match files and folders. It's the patterns you type when you do stuff like ls *.js in your shell or put src/* in a .gitignore file. When used to match filenames, it's sometimes called a "wildcard".




MOSS Wildcard Search Web Part

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Finally, a dropin solution for wildcard searching using MOSS Enterprise Search. This web part simply replaces your existing CoreResultsWebPart in your search center. This is not a complete search center replacement like other wildcard search solutions. This allows you to confi

SharePoint 2007 Wildcard Search

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A Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Search web part that allows for WildCard Searches and a second web part for the presentation of the search data using an XSL Transform document.

matcher - Simple wildcard matching

  •    Javascript

Useful when you want to accept loose string input and regexes/globs are too convoluted.Accepts an array of input's and pattern's.

multimatch - Extends minimatch.match() with support for multiple patterns

  •    Javascript

See the tests for more usage examples and expected matches.Same as minimatch.match() except for pattern also accepting an array.


router - A lightning fast HTTP router

  •    Go

Package router provides a lightning fast HTTP router.Remember that HTTP methods are case-sensitive and uppercase by convention (RFC 7231 4.1). So you can directly use the built-in shortcuts for standard HTTP methods: Router.Get, Router.Post, Router.Put, Router.Patch and Router.Delete.

wildcard - Dirt Simple Wildcard Matching (for Strings, Arrays and Objects)

  •    Javascript

Very simple wildcard matching, which is designed to provide the same functionality that is found in the eve eventing library. Great for full file-based wildcard matching.

glob-to-regexp - Convert a glob to a regular expression

  •    Javascript

To match bash-like globs, eg. ? for any single-character match, [a-z] for character ranges, and {*.html, *.js} for multiple alternatives, call with { extended: true }. To obey globstars ** rules set option {globstar: true}. NOTE: This changes the behavior of * when globstar is true as shown below: When {globstar: true}: /foo/** will match any string that starts with /foo/ like /foo/index.htm, /foo/bar/baz.txt, etc. Also, /foo/**/*.txt will match any string that starts with /foo/ and ends with .txt like /foo/bar.txt, /foo/bar/baz.txt, etc. Whereas /foo/* (single *, not a globstar) will match strings that start with /foo/ like /foo/index.htm, /foo/baz.txt but will not match strings that contain a / to the right like /foo/bar/baz.txt, /foo/bar/baz/qux.dat, etc.

globbing - Introduction to "globbing" or glob matching, a programming concept that allows "filepath expansion" and matching using wildcards

  •    Javascript

Cheatsheet and introduction to "globbing". The term "globbing", also referred to as "glob matching" or "filepath expansion", is a programming concept that describes the process of using wildcards, referred to as "glob patterns" or "globs", for matching file paths or other similar sets of strings.

sass-glob-importer - Simple importer for node-sass to allow importing Sass files using glob patterns

  •    Javascript

The files will always be sorted alphabetically when imported. Use npm test to run the tests.

node-glob-whatev - A quick and dirty file globbing utility based on minimatch.

  •    Javascript

Now that node-glob works cross-OS and supports synchronous globbing, this project will no longer be supported. Use that instead.

node-globule - An easy-to-use wildcard globbing library.

  •    Javascript

An easy-to-use wildcard globbing library. Returns a unique array of all file or directory paths that match the given globbing pattern(s). This method accepts either comma separated globbing patterns or an array of globbing patterns. Paths matching patterns that begin with ! will be excluded from the returned array. Patterns are processed in order, so inclusion and exclusion order is significant. Patterns may be specified as function arguments or as a src property of the options object.

filter-object - Return a copy of an object, filtered to have only keys that match the given glob patterns

  •    Javascript

Filter an object by its keys or values. Returns a copy of an object filtered to have only keys or values that match the given glob patterns. See glob-object and/or filter-values for the full range of options and available features.