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Frequently Asked Questions

What does path-exists do?

The "path-exists" is an npm package designed to check if a given path exists. Despite the fact that fs.existsSync is no longer deprecated as of Node.js version 6.8.0, this module is still useful. However, it is recommended to avoid using this method prior to handling a file as this could lead to potential race conditions, whereby another process might remove the file between the calls to fs.exists() and fs.open().

How do you use path-exists?

To use the "path-exists" package in your project, you'll first need to install it via npm using the command npm install path-exists. Once installed, you can import it and use either the pathExists or pathExistsSync functions to check if a specific path exists. Here's a short code example:

// Import the module
import {pathExists} from 'path-exists';

// Check if a path exists
console.log(await pathExists('foo.js')); // Returns a promise that resolves to true if the path exists

Please note that pathExists returns a promise that resolves to a boolean indicating whether or not the path exists, while pathExistsSync returns a boolean directly.

Where are the path-exists docs?

The documentation for "path-exists" can be found primarily in the readme file in the package's GitHub repository. The readme offers information on the purpose of the module, how to install it, code examples for its use, and details about its API. This file can be accessed at the following url: https://github.com/sindresorhus/path-exists. For added clarity or for further inquiries, one might consider checking the related projects - "path-exists-cli" and "path-type", or opting for professional support through a Tidelift subscription.