This is the Windows app named EXECA whose latest release can be downloaded as v6.0.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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This package improves child_process methods with a promise interface. Strips the final newline from the output so you don't have to do stdout.trim(). Supports shebang binaries cross-platform. Improved Windows support. Higher max buffer. 100 MB instead of 200 KB. Executes locally installed binaries by name. Cleans up spawned processes when the parent process dies. Get interleaved output from stdout and stderr similar to what is printed on the terminal. (Async only). Can specify file and arguments as a single string without a shell. More descriptive errors. Gracefully handle failures by using automatic retries and exponential backoff with the p-retry package.
- No escaping/quoting is needed
- Execute a file synchronously
- Execute a Node.js script as a child process
- The child process stderr then stdout are appended to the end
- Kill the spawned process when the parent process exits
- Write some input to the stdin of your binary
- Redirect output to a file
- Redirect input from a file
- Execute the current package's binary
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