is-absolute
Returns true if a file path is absolute. Does not rely on the path module and can be used as a polyfill for node.js native `path.isAbolute`.
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Returns true if a file path is absolute. Does not rely on the path module and can be used as a polyfill for node.js native path.isAbolute.

Install

Install with npm:

$ npm install --save is-absolute

Originally based on the isAbsolute utility method in express.

Usage

var isAbsolute = require('is-absolute');

isAbsolute('a/b/c.js');
//=> 'false'
isAbsolute('/a/b/c.js');
//=> 'true'

Explicitly test windows paths

isAbsolute.posix('/foo/bar');
isAbsolute.posix('/user/docs/Letter.txt');
//=> true

isAbsolute.posix('foo/bar');
//=> false

Explicitly test windows paths

var isAbsolute = require('is-absolute');

isAbsolute.win32('c:\\');
isAbsolute.win32('//C://user\\docs\\Letter.txt');
isAbsolute.win32('\\\\unc\\share');
isAbsolute.win32('\\\\unc\\share\\foo');
isAbsolute.win32('\\\\unc\\share\\foo\\');
isAbsolute.win32('\\\\unc\\share\\foo\\bar');
isAbsolute.win32('\\\\unc\\share\\foo\\bar\\');
isAbsolute.win32('\\\\unc\\share\\foo\\bar\\baz');
//=> true

isAbsolute.win32('a:foo/a/b/c/d');
isAbsolute.win32(':\\');
isAbsolute.win32('foo\\bar\\baz');
isAbsolute.win32('foo\\bar\\baz\\');
//=> false

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Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

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$ npm install && npm test

Author

Jon Schlinkert

License

Copyright © 2017, Jon Schlinkert. Released under the MIT License.


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