Interface of the options object used with "scan" function
It is a number which says the max depth the algorithm can reach scanning the given path. All files and dirs which are beyound the max depth will not be considered by the algorithm
If true, also the number of descendants of each node will be added to the result.
If true, only files will be count as descendants of a node. It does not have effect if descendants option is not true.
If true, every node of type directory in the result will contain isEmpty property, which will be true if the folder contains no files and no directories
It is a regex or array of regex and all the matching paths will not be considered by the algorithm
If true, every empty directory will be excluded from the result. If the directory is not empty but all the contained files and directories are excluded by other options such as exclude or extensions, the directory will not be included in the result
It is an array of strings and all the files whose extension is not included in that array will be skipped by the algorithm. If value is undefined, all file extensions will be considered, if it is , no files will be included
If true, all symbolic links will be followed, including even their content if they link to a folder. Could not work on Windows
If true, every node in the result will contain hash property, computed by taking in consideration the name and the content of the node. If the node is a folder, all his considered inner files will be used by the algorithm
Hash algorithm used by cryptojs to return the hash
Hash encoding used by cryptojs to return the hash
It is a regex or array of regex and all the non-matching paths will not be considered by the algorithm. Note: All the ancestors of a matching node will be added.
If true, on windows, normalize each path replacing each backslash \\ with a slash /
If true, all hidden files and dirs will be included in the result. A hidden file or a directory has a name which starts with a dot and in some systems like Linux are hidden
If true, every node in the result will contain size property. Same as sizeInBytes, but it is a string rounded to the second decimal digit and with an appropriate unit
If true, every node in the result will contain sizeInBytes property as the number of bytes of the content. If a node is a folder, only its considered inner files will be computed to have this size
If true, folders whose user has not permissions will be skipped. An error will be thrown otherwise. Note: in fact every error thrown by fs calls will be ignored
If true, directories and files will be scanned ordered by path. The value can be both boolean for default alphabetical order or a custom sorting function
If true every node of the result will contain stat property, provided by fs.lstat or fs.stat
If true, all symbolic links found will be included in the result. Could not work on Windows
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