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@swc/helpers 0.5.3

External helpers for the swc project.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does @swc/helpers do?

@swc/helpers is an auxiliary module used in the SWC project which is a super-fast JavaScript/TypeScript compiler written in Rust. This module provides external helper functions that streamline the overall performance and operation of the SWC compiler. As auxiliary utilities, they play a vital role in transpiling code by providing the needed utilities.

How do you use @swc/helpers?

To utilize @swc/helpers, you first need to install it into your project. Using npm, the Node.js package manager, you can install it by running npm install @swc/helpers. After successfully installing the package, you can then require it in your JavaScript file with const swcHelpers = require('@swc/helpers'); and use the provided helper functions in your project. Bear in mind that detailed usage would depend on the specific helper functions provided by the module.

// Installation of the package
npm install @swc/helpers

// Including it in your project
const swcHelpers = require('@swc/helpers');

// Usage depends on the helper function

Keep in mind that as the API is not outlined within the README, actual use may vary and this should be considered a broad starting point.

Where are the @swc/helpers docs?

Since the SWC project's GitHub page does not provide any specific documentation on the @swc/helpers content, it's safe to assume that comprehensive documentation may not exist in a structured form as of the moment. For detailed guidelines on how to use @swc/helpers, the best bet would be to explore the codebase directly from the SWC project on their GitHub page or reach out to the SWC community via their communication channels. Keep in mind that this may require a good grasp of JavaScript (or TypeScript) and Rust to fully understand it.