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higher-level content negotiation for Node.js

Higher level content negotiation based on negotiator.

In addition to negotatior, it allows: - Allows types as an array or arguments list, ie `(['text/html', 'application/json'])` as well as `('text/html', 'application/json')`. - Allows type shorthands such as `json`. - Returns `false` when no types match - Treats non-existent headers as `*`

Node.js is an event-based server-side JavaScript engine.



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Debian: Leo Iannacone <>

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11 October 2014


License: expat

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Date 2015-07-17
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