resolve path to c++ addons built by node-gyp - Node.js module
Throughout the course of Node.js's native addon history, addons have ended up being compiled in a variety of different places, depending on which build tool and which version of Node.js was used. In addition, the gyp build tool can produce either a Release or Debug build, each being built into different locations.
This module checks all the possible locations that a native addon would be built at, and returns the first one that loads successfully.
In Debian, addons are always built in the same place - in the Release directory. This module allows upstream code to remain unchanged regardless of the environment it is built in.
Debian: Andrew Kelley <email@example.com>
10 July 2014
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