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From sgreb...@apache.org
Subject [36/38] CB-7666 Merge node_modules and move to package root
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:46:22 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cordova-windows/blob/52c99052/bin/node_modules/q/q.js
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-// vim:ts=4:sts=4:sw=4:
-/*!
- *
- * Copyright 2009-2012 Kris Kowal under the terms of the MIT
- * license found at http://github.com/kriskowal/q/raw/master/LICENSE
- *
- * With parts by Tyler Close
- * Copyright 2007-2009 Tyler Close under the terms of the MIT X license found
- * at http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.html
- * Forked at ref_send.js version: 2009-05-11
- *
- * With parts by Mark Miller
- * Copyright (C) 2011 Google Inc.
- *
- * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
- * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
- * You may obtain a copy of the License at
- *
- * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
- *
- * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
- * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
- * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
- * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
- * limitations under the License.
- *
- */
-
-(function (definition) {
-    // Turn off strict mode for this function so we can assign to global.Q
-    /* jshint strict: false */
-
-    // This file will function properly as a <script> tag, or a module
-    // using CommonJS and NodeJS or RequireJS module formats.  In
-    // Common/Node/RequireJS, the module exports the Q API and when
-    // executed as a simple <script>, it creates a Q global instead.
-
-    // Montage Require
-    if (typeof bootstrap === "function") {
-        bootstrap("promise", definition);
-
-    // CommonJS
-    } else if (typeof exports === "object") {
-        module.exports = definition();
-
-    // RequireJS
-    } else if (typeof define === "function" && define.amd) {
-        define(definition);
-
-    // SES (Secure EcmaScript)
-    } else if (typeof ses !== "undefined") {
-        if (!ses.ok()) {
-            return;
-        } else {
-            ses.makeQ = definition;
-        }
-
-    // <script>
-    } else {
-        Q = definition();
-    }
-
-})(function () {
-"use strict";
-
-var hasStacks = false;
-try {
-    throw new Error();
-} catch (e) {
-    hasStacks = !!e.stack;
-}
-
-// All code after this point will be filtered from stack traces reported
-// by Q.
-var qStartingLine = captureLine();
-var qFileName;
-
-// shims
-
-// used for fallback in "allResolved"
-var noop = function () {};
-
-// Use the fastest possible means to execute a task in a future turn
-// of the event loop.
-var nextTick =(function () {
-    // linked list of tasks (single, with head node)
-    var head = {task: void 0, next: null};
-    var tail = head;
-    var flushing = false;
-    var requestTick = void 0;
-    var isNodeJS = false;
-
-    function flush() {
-        /* jshint loopfunc: true */
-
-        while (head.next) {
-            head = head.next;
-            var task = head.task;
-            head.task = void 0;
-            var domain = head.domain;
-
-            if (domain) {
-                head.domain = void 0;
-                domain.enter();
-            }
-
-            try {
-                task();
-
-            } catch (e) {
-                if (isNodeJS) {
-                    // In node, uncaught exceptions are considered fatal errors.
-                    // Re-throw them synchronously to interrupt flushing!
-
-                    // Ensure continuation if the uncaught exception is suppressed
-                    // listening "uncaughtException" events (as domains does).
-                    // Continue in next event to avoid tick recursion.
-                    if (domain) {
-                        domain.exit();
-                    }
-                    setTimeout(flush, 0);
-                    if (domain) {
-                        domain.enter();
-                    }
-
-                    throw e;
-
-                } else {
-                    // In browsers, uncaught exceptions are not fatal.
-                    // Re-throw them asynchronously to avoid slow-downs.
-                    setTimeout(function() {
-                       throw e;
-                    }, 0);
-                }
-            }
-
-            if (domain) {
-                domain.exit();
-            }
-        }
-
-        flushing = false;
-    }
-
-    nextTick = function (task) {
-        tail = tail.next = {
-            task: task,
-            domain: isNodeJS && process.domain,
-            next: null
-        };
-
-        if (!flushing) {
-            flushing = true;
-            requestTick();
-        }
-    };
-
-    if (typeof process !== "undefined" && process.nextTick) {
-        // Node.js before 0.9. Note that some fake-Node environments, like the
-        // Mocha test runner, introduce a `process` global without a `nextTick`.
-        isNodeJS = true;
-
-        requestTick = function () {
-            process.nextTick(flush);
-        };
-
-    } else if (typeof setImmediate === "function") {
-        // In IE10, Node.js 0.9+, or https://github.com/NobleJS/setImmediate
-        if (typeof window !== "undefined") {
-            requestTick = setImmediate.bind(window, flush);
-        } else {
-            requestTick = function () {
-                setImmediate(flush);
-            };
-        }
-
-    } else if (typeof MessageChannel !== "undefined") {
-        // modern browsers
-        // http://www.nonblocking.io/2011/06/windownexttick.html
-        var channel = new MessageChannel();
-        // At least Safari Version 6.0.5 (8536.30.1) intermittently cannot create
-        // working message ports the first time a page loads.
-        channel.port1.onmessage = function () {
-            requestTick = requestPortTick;
-            channel.port1.onmessage = flush;
-            flush();
-        };
-        var requestPortTick = function () {
-            // Opera requires us to provide a message payload, regardless of
-            // whether we use it.
-            channel.port2.postMessage(0);
-        };
-        requestTick = function () {
-            setTimeout(flush, 0);
-            requestPortTick();
-        };
-
-    } else {
-        // old browsers
-        requestTick = function () {
-            setTimeout(flush, 0);
-        };
-    }
-
-    return nextTick;
-})();
-
-// Attempt to make generics safe in the face of downstream
-// modifications.
-// There is no situation where this is necessary.
-// If you need a security guarantee, these primordials need to be
-// deeply frozen anyway, and if you don’t need a security guarantee,
-// this is just plain paranoid.
-// However, this **might** have the nice side-effect of reducing the size of
-// the minified code by reducing x.call() to merely x()
-// See Mark Miller’s explanation of what this does.
-// http://wiki.ecmascript.org/doku.php?id=conventions:safe_meta_programming
-var call = Function.call;
-function uncurryThis(f) {
-    return function () {
-        return call.apply(f, arguments);
-    };
-}
-// This is equivalent, but slower:
-// uncurryThis = Function_bind.bind(Function_bind.call);
-// http://jsperf.com/uncurrythis
-
-var array_slice = uncurryThis(Array.prototype.slice);
-
-var array_reduce = uncurryThis(
-    Array.prototype.reduce || function (callback, basis) {
-        var index = 0,
-            length = this.length;
-        // concerning the initial value, if one is not provided
-        if (arguments.length === 1) {
-            // seek to the first value in the array, accounting
-            // for the possibility that is is a sparse array
-            do {
-                if (index in this) {
-                    basis = this[index++];
-                    break;
-                }
-                if (++index >= length) {
-                    throw new TypeError();
-                }
-            } while (1);
-        }
-        // reduce
-        for (; index < length; index++) {
-            // account for the possibility that the array is sparse
-            if (index in this) {
-                basis = callback(basis, this[index], index);
-            }
-        }
-        return basis;
-    }
-);
-
-var array_indexOf = uncurryThis(
-    Array.prototype.indexOf || function (value) {
-        // not a very good shim, but good enough for our one use of it
-        for (var i = 0; i < this.length; i++) {
-            if (this[i] === value) {
-                return i;
-            }
-        }
-        return -1;
-    }
-);
-
-var array_map = uncurryThis(
-    Array.prototype.map || function (callback, thisp) {
-        var self = this;
-        var collect = [];
-        array_reduce(self, function (undefined, value, index) {
-            collect.push(callback.call(thisp, value, index, self));
-        }, void 0);
-        return collect;
-    }
-);
-
-var object_create = Object.create || function (prototype) {
-    function Type() { }
-    Type.prototype = prototype;
-    return new Type();
-};
-
-var object_hasOwnProperty = uncurryThis(Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty);
-
-var object_keys = Object.keys || function (object) {
-    var keys = [];
-    for (var key in object) {
-        if (object_hasOwnProperty(object, key)) {
-            keys.push(key);
-        }
-    }
-    return keys;
-};
-
-var object_toString = uncurryThis(Object.prototype.toString);
-
-function isObject(value) {
-    return value === Object(value);
-}
-
-// generator related shims
-
-// FIXME: Remove this function once ES6 generators are in SpiderMonkey.
-function isStopIteration(exception) {
-    return (
-        object_toString(exception) === "[object StopIteration]" ||
-        exception instanceof QReturnValue
-    );
-}
-
-// FIXME: Remove this helper and Q.return once ES6 generators are in
-// SpiderMonkey.
-var QReturnValue;
-if (typeof ReturnValue !== "undefined") {
-    QReturnValue = ReturnValue;
-} else {
-    QReturnValue = function (value) {
-        this.value = value;
-    };
-}
-
-// long stack traces
-
-var STACK_JUMP_SEPARATOR = "From previous event:";
-
-function makeStackTraceLong(error, promise) {
-    // If possible, transform the error stack trace by removing Node and Q
-    // cruft, then concatenating with the stack trace of `promise`. See #57.
-    if (hasStacks &&
-        promise.stack &&
-        typeof error === "object" &&
-        error !== null &&
-        error.stack &&
-        error.stack.indexOf(STACK_JUMP_SEPARATOR) === -1
-    ) {
-        var stacks = [];
-        for (var p = promise; !!p; p = p.source) {
-            if (p.stack) {
-                stacks.unshift(p.stack);
-            }
-        }
-        stacks.unshift(error.stack);
-
-        var concatedStacks = stacks.join("\n" + STACK_JUMP_SEPARATOR + "\n");
-        error.stack = filterStackString(concatedStacks);
-    }
-}
-
-function filterStackString(stackString) {
-    var lines = stackString.split("\n");
-    var desiredLines = [];
-    for (var i = 0; i < lines.length; ++i) {
-        var line = lines[i];
-
-        if (!isInternalFrame(line) && !isNodeFrame(line) && line) {
-            desiredLines.push(line);
-        }
-    }
-    return desiredLines.join("\n");
-}
-
-function isNodeFrame(stackLine) {
-    return stackLine.indexOf("(module.js:") !== -1 ||
-           stackLine.indexOf("(node.js:") !== -1;
-}
-
-function getFileNameAndLineNumber(stackLine) {
-    // Named functions: "at functionName (filename:lineNumber:columnNumber)"
-    // In IE10 function name can have spaces ("Anonymous function") O_o
-    var attempt1 = /at .+ \((.+):(\d+):(?:\d+)\)$/.exec(stackLine);
-    if (attempt1) {
-        return [attempt1[1], Number(attempt1[2])];
-    }
-
-    // Anonymous functions: "at filename:lineNumber:columnNumber"
-    var attempt2 = /at ([^ ]+):(\d+):(?:\d+)$/.exec(stackLine);
-    if (attempt2) {
-        return [attempt2[1], Number(attempt2[2])];
-    }
-
-    // Firefox style: "function@filename:lineNumber or @filename:lineNumber"
-    var attempt3 = /.*@(.+):(\d+)$/.exec(stackLine);
-    if (attempt3) {
-        return [attempt3[1], Number(attempt3[2])];
-    }
-}
-
-function isInternalFrame(stackLine) {
-    var fileNameAndLineNumber = getFileNameAndLineNumber(stackLine);
-
-    if (!fileNameAndLineNumber) {
-        return false;
-    }
-
-    var fileName = fileNameAndLineNumber[0];
-    var lineNumber = fileNameAndLineNumber[1];
-
-    return fileName === qFileName &&
-        lineNumber >= qStartingLine &&
-        lineNumber <= qEndingLine;
-}
-
-// discover own file name and line number range for filtering stack
-// traces
-function captureLine() {
-    if (!hasStacks) {
-        return;
-    }
-
-    try {
-        throw new Error();
-    } catch (e) {
-        var lines = e.stack.split("\n");
-        var firstLine = lines[0].indexOf("@") > 0 ? lines[1] : lines[2];
-        var fileNameAndLineNumber = getFileNameAndLineNumber(firstLine);
-        if (!fileNameAndLineNumber) {
-            return;
-        }
-
-        qFileName = fileNameAndLineNumber[0];
-        return fileNameAndLineNumber[1];
-    }
-}
-
-function deprecate(callback, name, alternative) {
-    return function () {
-        if (typeof console !== "undefined" &&
-            typeof console.warn === "function") {
-            console.warn(name + " is deprecated, use " + alternative +
-                         " instead.", new Error("").stack);
-        }
-        return callback.apply(callback, arguments);
-    };
-}
-
-// end of shims
-// beginning of real work
-
-/**
- * Constructs a promise for an immediate reference, passes promises through, or
- * coerces promises from different systems.
- * @param value immediate reference or promise
- */
-function Q(value) {
-    // If the object is already a Promise, return it directly.  This enables
-    // the resolve function to both be used to created references from objects,
-    // but to tolerably coerce non-promises to promises.
-    if (isPromise(value)) {
-        return value;
-    }
-
-    // assimilate thenables
-    if (isPromiseAlike(value)) {
-        return coerce(value);
-    } else {
-        return fulfill(value);
-    }
-}
-Q.resolve = Q;
-
-/**
- * Performs a task in a future turn of the event loop.
- * @param {Function} task
- */
-Q.nextTick = nextTick;
-
-/**
- * Controls whether or not long stack traces will be on
- */
-Q.longStackSupport = false;
-
-/**
- * Constructs a {promise, resolve, reject} object.
- *
- * `resolve` is a callback to invoke with a more resolved value for the
- * promise. To fulfill the promise, invoke `resolve` with any value that is
- * not a thenable. To reject the promise, invoke `resolve` with a rejected
- * thenable, or invoke `reject` with the reason directly. To resolve the
- * promise to another thenable, thus putting it in the same state, invoke
- * `resolve` with that other thenable.
- */
-Q.defer = defer;
-function defer() {
-    // if "messages" is an "Array", that indicates that the promise has not yet
-    // been resolved.  If it is "undefined", it has been resolved.  Each
-    // element of the messages array is itself an array of complete arguments to
-    // forward to the resolved promise.  We coerce the resolution value to a
-    // promise using the `resolve` function because it handles both fully
-    // non-thenable values and other thenables gracefully.
-    var messages = [], progressListeners = [], resolvedPromise;
-
-    var deferred = object_create(defer.prototype);
-    var promise = object_create(Promise.prototype);
-
-    promise.promiseDispatch = function (resolve, op, operands) {
-        var args = array_slice(arguments);
-        if (messages) {
-            messages.push(args);
-            if (op === "when" && operands[1]) { // progress operand
-                progressListeners.push(operands[1]);
-            }
-        } else {
-            nextTick(function () {
-                resolvedPromise.promiseDispatch.apply(resolvedPromise, args);
-            });
-        }
-    };
-
-    // XXX deprecated
-    promise.valueOf = function () {
-        if (messages) {
-            return promise;
-        }
-        var nearerValue = nearer(resolvedPromise);
-        if (isPromise(nearerValue)) {
-            resolvedPromise = nearerValue; // shorten chain
-        }
-        return nearerValue;
-    };
-
-    promise.inspect = function () {
-        if (!resolvedPromise) {
-            return { state: "pending" };
-        }
-        return resolvedPromise.inspect();
-    };
-
-    if (Q.longStackSupport && hasStacks) {
-        try {
-            throw new Error();
-        } catch (e) {
-            // NOTE: don't try to use `Error.captureStackTrace` or transfer the
-            // accessor around; that causes memory leaks as per GH-111. Just
-            // reify the stack trace as a string ASAP.
-            //
-            // At the same time, cut off the first line; it's always just
-            // "[object Promise]\n", as per the `toString`.
-            promise.stack = e.stack.substring(e.stack.indexOf("\n") + 1);
-        }
-    }
-
-    // NOTE: we do the checks for `resolvedPromise` in each method, instead of
-    // consolidating them into `become`, since otherwise we'd create new
-    // promises with the lines `become(whatever(value))`. See e.g. GH-252.
-
-    function become(newPromise) {
-        resolvedPromise = newPromise;
-        promise.source = newPromise;
-
-        array_reduce(messages, function (undefined, message) {
-            nextTick(function () {
-                newPromise.promiseDispatch.apply(newPromise, message);
-            });
-        }, void 0);
-
-        messages = void 0;
-        progressListeners = void 0;
-    }
-
-    deferred.promise = promise;
-    deferred.resolve = function (value) {
-        if (resolvedPromise) {
-            return;
-        }
-
-        become(Q(value));
-    };
-
-    deferred.fulfill = function (value) {
-        if (resolvedPromise) {
-            return;
-        }
-
-        become(fulfill(value));
-    };
-    deferred.reject = function (reason) {
-        if (resolvedPromise) {
-            return;
-        }
-
-        become(reject(reason));
-    };
-    deferred.notify = function (progress) {
-        if (resolvedPromise) {
-            return;
-        }
-
-        array_reduce(progressListeners, function (undefined, progressListener) {
-            nextTick(function () {
-                progressListener(progress);
-            });
-        }, void 0);
-    };
-
-    return deferred;
-}
-
-/**
- * Creates a Node-style callback that will resolve or reject the deferred
- * promise.
- * @returns a nodeback
- */
-defer.prototype.makeNodeResolver = function () {
-    var self = this;
-    return function (error, value) {
-        if (error) {
-            self.reject(error);
-        } else if (arguments.length > 2) {
-            self.resolve(array_slice(arguments, 1));
-        } else {
-            self.resolve(value);
-        }
-    };
-};
-
-/**
- * @param resolver {Function} a function that returns nothing and accepts
- * the resolve, reject, and notify functions for a deferred.
- * @returns a promise that may be resolved with the given resolve and reject
- * functions, or rejected by a thrown exception in resolver
- */
-Q.Promise = promise; // ES6
-Q.promise = promise;
-function promise(resolver) {
-    if (typeof resolver !== "function") {
-        throw new TypeError("resolver must be a function.");
-    }
-    var deferred = defer();
-    try {
-        resolver(deferred.resolve, deferred.reject, deferred.notify);
-    } catch (reason) {
-        deferred.reject(reason);
-    }
-    return deferred.promise;
-}
-
-promise.race = race; // ES6
-promise.all = all; // ES6
-promise.reject = reject; // ES6
-promise.resolve = Q; // ES6
-
-// XXX experimental.  This method is a way to denote that a local value is
-// serializable and should be immediately dispatched to a remote upon request,
-// instead of passing a reference.
-Q.passByCopy = function (object) {
-    //freeze(object);
-    //passByCopies.set(object, true);
-    return object;
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.passByCopy = function () {
-    //freeze(object);
-    //passByCopies.set(object, true);
-    return this;
-};
-
-/**
- * If two promises eventually fulfill to the same value, promises that value,
- * but otherwise rejects.
- * @param x {Any*}
- * @param y {Any*}
- * @returns {Any*} a promise for x and y if they are the same, but a rejection
- * otherwise.
- *
- */
-Q.join = function (x, y) {
-    return Q(x).join(y);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.join = function (that) {
-    return Q([this, that]).spread(function (x, y) {
-        if (x === y) {
-            // TODO: "===" should be Object.is or equiv
-            return x;
-        } else {
-            throw new Error("Can't join: not the same: " + x + " " + y);
-        }
-    });
-};
-
-/**
- * Returns a promise for the first of an array of promises to become fulfilled.
- * @param answers {Array[Any*]} promises to race
- * @returns {Any*} the first promise to be fulfilled
- */
-Q.race = race;
-function race(answerPs) {
-    return promise(function(resolve, reject) {
-        // Switch to this once we can assume at least ES5
-        // answerPs.forEach(function(answerP) {
-        //     Q(answerP).then(resolve, reject);
-        // });
-        // Use this in the meantime
-        for (var i = 0, len = answerPs.length; i < len; i++) {
-            Q(answerPs[i]).then(resolve, reject);
-        }
-    });
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.race = function () {
-    return this.then(Q.race);
-};
-
-/**
- * Constructs a Promise with a promise descriptor object and optional fallback
- * function.  The descriptor contains methods like when(rejected), get(name),
- * set(name, value), post(name, args), and delete(name), which all
- * return either a value, a promise for a value, or a rejection.  The fallback
- * accepts the operation name, a resolver, and any further arguments that would
- * have been forwarded to the appropriate method above had a method been
- * provided with the proper name.  The API makes no guarantees about the nature
- * of the returned object, apart from that it is usable whereever promises are
- * bought and sold.
- */
-Q.makePromise = Promise;
-function Promise(descriptor, fallback, inspect) {
-    if (fallback === void 0) {
-        fallback = function (op) {
-            return reject(new Error(
-                "Promise does not support operation: " + op
-            ));
-        };
-    }
-    if (inspect === void 0) {
-        inspect = function () {
-            return {state: "unknown"};
-        };
-    }
-
-    var promise = object_create(Promise.prototype);
-
-    promise.promiseDispatch = function (resolve, op, args) {
-        var result;
-        try {
-            if (descriptor[op]) {
-                result = descriptor[op].apply(promise, args);
-            } else {
-                result = fallback.call(promise, op, args);
-            }
-        } catch (exception) {
-            result = reject(exception);
-        }
-        if (resolve) {
-            resolve(result);
-        }
-    };
-
-    promise.inspect = inspect;
-
-    // XXX deprecated `valueOf` and `exception` support
-    if (inspect) {
-        var inspected = inspect();
-        if (inspected.state === "rejected") {
-            promise.exception = inspected.reason;
-        }
-
-        promise.valueOf = function () {
-            var inspected = inspect();
-            if (inspected.state === "pending" ||
-                inspected.state === "rejected") {
-                return promise;
-            }
-            return inspected.value;
-        };
-    }
-
-    return promise;
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.toString = function () {
-    return "[object Promise]";
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.then = function (fulfilled, rejected, progressed) {
-    var self = this;
-    var deferred = defer();
-    var done = false;   // ensure the untrusted promise makes at most a
-                        // single call to one of the callbacks
-
-    function _fulfilled(value) {
-        try {
-            return typeof fulfilled === "function" ? fulfilled(value) : value;
-        } catch (exception) {
-            return reject(exception);
-        }
-    }
-
-    function _rejected(exception) {
-        if (typeof rejected === "function") {
-            makeStackTraceLong(exception, self);
-            try {
-                return rejected(exception);
-            } catch (newException) {
-                return reject(newException);
-            }
-        }
-        return reject(exception);
-    }
-
-    function _progressed(value) {
-        return typeof progressed === "function" ? progressed(value) : value;
-    }
-
-    nextTick(function () {
-        self.promiseDispatch(function (value) {
-            if (done) {
-                return;
-            }
-            done = true;
-
-            deferred.resolve(_fulfilled(value));
-        }, "when", [function (exception) {
-            if (done) {
-                return;
-            }
-            done = true;
-
-            deferred.resolve(_rejected(exception));
-        }]);
-    });
-
-    // Progress propagator need to be attached in the current tick.
-    self.promiseDispatch(void 0, "when", [void 0, function (value) {
-        var newValue;
-        var threw = false;
-        try {
-            newValue = _progressed(value);
-        } catch (e) {
-            threw = true;
-            if (Q.onerror) {
-                Q.onerror(e);
-            } else {
-                throw e;
-            }
-        }
-
-        if (!threw) {
-            deferred.notify(newValue);
-        }
-    }]);
-
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-/**
- * Registers an observer on a promise.
- *
- * Guarantees:
- *
- * 1. that fulfilled and rejected will be called only once.
- * 2. that either the fulfilled callback or the rejected callback will be
- *    called, but not both.
- * 3. that fulfilled and rejected will not be called in this turn.
- *
- * @param value      promise or immediate reference to observe
- * @param fulfilled  function to be called with the fulfilled value
- * @param rejected   function to be called with the rejection exception
- * @param progressed function to be called on any progress notifications
- * @return promise for the return value from the invoked callback
- */
-Q.when = when;
-function when(value, fulfilled, rejected, progressed) {
-    return Q(value).then(fulfilled, rejected, progressed);
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.thenResolve = function (value) {
-    return this.then(function () { return value; });
-};
-
-Q.thenResolve = function (promise, value) {
-    return Q(promise).thenResolve(value);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.thenReject = function (reason) {
-    return this.then(function () { throw reason; });
-};
-
-Q.thenReject = function (promise, reason) {
-    return Q(promise).thenReject(reason);
-};
-
-/**
- * If an object is not a promise, it is as "near" as possible.
- * If a promise is rejected, it is as "near" as possible too.
- * If it’s a fulfilled promise, the fulfillment value is nearer.
- * If it’s a deferred promise and the deferred has been resolved, the
- * resolution is "nearer".
- * @param object
- * @returns most resolved (nearest) form of the object
- */
-
-// XXX should we re-do this?
-Q.nearer = nearer;
-function nearer(value) {
-    if (isPromise(value)) {
-        var inspected = value.inspect();
-        if (inspected.state === "fulfilled") {
-            return inspected.value;
-        }
-    }
-    return value;
-}
-
-/**
- * @returns whether the given object is a promise.
- * Otherwise it is a fulfilled value.
- */
-Q.isPromise = isPromise;
-function isPromise(object) {
-    return isObject(object) &&
-        typeof object.promiseDispatch === "function" &&
-        typeof object.inspect === "function";
-}
-
-Q.isPromiseAlike = isPromiseAlike;
-function isPromiseAlike(object) {
-    return isObject(object) && typeof object.then === "function";
-}
-
-/**
- * @returns whether the given object is a pending promise, meaning not
- * fulfilled or rejected.
- */
-Q.isPending = isPending;
-function isPending(object) {
-    return isPromise(object) && object.inspect().state === "pending";
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.isPending = function () {
-    return this.inspect().state === "pending";
-};
-
-/**
- * @returns whether the given object is a value or fulfilled
- * promise.
- */
-Q.isFulfilled = isFulfilled;
-function isFulfilled(object) {
-    return !isPromise(object) || object.inspect().state === "fulfilled";
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.isFulfilled = function () {
-    return this.inspect().state === "fulfilled";
-};
-
-/**
- * @returns whether the given object is a rejected promise.
- */
-Q.isRejected = isRejected;
-function isRejected(object) {
-    return isPromise(object) && object.inspect().state === "rejected";
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.isRejected = function () {
-    return this.inspect().state === "rejected";
-};
-
-//// BEGIN UNHANDLED REJECTION TRACKING
-
-// This promise library consumes exceptions thrown in handlers so they can be
-// handled by a subsequent promise.  The exceptions get added to this array when
-// they are created, and removed when they are handled.  Note that in ES6 or
-// shimmed environments, this would naturally be a `Set`.
-var unhandledReasons = [];
-var unhandledRejections = [];
-var trackUnhandledRejections = true;
-
-function resetUnhandledRejections() {
-    unhandledReasons.length = 0;
-    unhandledRejections.length = 0;
-
-    if (!trackUnhandledRejections) {
-        trackUnhandledRejections = true;
-    }
-}
-
-function trackRejection(promise, reason) {
-    if (!trackUnhandledRejections) {
-        return;
-    }
-
-    unhandledRejections.push(promise);
-    if (reason && typeof reason.stack !== "undefined") {
-        unhandledReasons.push(reason.stack);
-    } else {
-        unhandledReasons.push("(no stack) " + reason);
-    }
-}
-
-function untrackRejection(promise) {
-    if (!trackUnhandledRejections) {
-        return;
-    }
-
-    var at = array_indexOf(unhandledRejections, promise);
-    if (at !== -1) {
-        unhandledRejections.splice(at, 1);
-        unhandledReasons.splice(at, 1);
-    }
-}
-
-Q.resetUnhandledRejections = resetUnhandledRejections;
-
-Q.getUnhandledReasons = function () {
-    // Make a copy so that consumers can't interfere with our internal state.
-    return unhandledReasons.slice();
-};
-
-Q.stopUnhandledRejectionTracking = function () {
-    resetUnhandledRejections();
-    trackUnhandledRejections = false;
-};
-
-resetUnhandledRejections();
-
-//// END UNHANDLED REJECTION TRACKING
-
-/**
- * Constructs a rejected promise.
- * @param reason value describing the failure
- */
-Q.reject = reject;
-function reject(reason) {
-    var rejection = Promise({
-        "when": function (rejected) {
-            // note that the error has been handled
-            if (rejected) {
-                untrackRejection(this);
-            }
-            return rejected ? rejected(reason) : this;
-        }
-    }, function fallback() {
-        return this;
-    }, function inspect() {
-        return { state: "rejected", reason: reason };
-    });
-
-    // Note that the reason has not been handled.
-    trackRejection(rejection, reason);
-
-    return rejection;
-}
-
-/**
- * Constructs a fulfilled promise for an immediate reference.
- * @param value immediate reference
- */
-Q.fulfill = fulfill;
-function fulfill(value) {
-    return Promise({
-        "when": function () {
-            return value;
-        },
-        "get": function (name) {
-            return value[name];
-        },
-        "set": function (name, rhs) {
-            value[name] = rhs;
-        },
-        "delete": function (name) {
-            delete value[name];
-        },
-        "post": function (name, args) {
-            // Mark Miller proposes that post with no name should apply a
-            // promised function.
-            if (name === null || name === void 0) {
-                return value.apply(void 0, args);
-            } else {
-                return value[name].apply(value, args);
-            }
-        },
-        "apply": function (thisp, args) {
-            return value.apply(thisp, args);
-        },
-        "keys": function () {
-            return object_keys(value);
-        }
-    }, void 0, function inspect() {
-        return { state: "fulfilled", value: value };
-    });
-}
-
-/**
- * Converts thenables to Q promises.
- * @param promise thenable promise
- * @returns a Q promise
- */
-function coerce(promise) {
-    var deferred = defer();
-    nextTick(function () {
-        try {
-            promise.then(deferred.resolve, deferred.reject, deferred.notify);
-        } catch (exception) {
-            deferred.reject(exception);
-        }
-    });
-    return deferred.promise;
-}
-
-/**
- * Annotates an object such that it will never be
- * transferred away from this process over any promise
- * communication channel.
- * @param object
- * @returns promise a wrapping of that object that
- * additionally responds to the "isDef" message
- * without a rejection.
- */
-Q.master = master;
-function master(object) {
-    return Promise({
-        "isDef": function () {}
-    }, function fallback(op, args) {
-        return dispatch(object, op, args);
-    }, function () {
-        return Q(object).inspect();
-    });
-}
-
-/**
- * Spreads the values of a promised array of arguments into the
- * fulfillment callback.
- * @param fulfilled callback that receives variadic arguments from the
- * promised array
- * @param rejected callback that receives the exception if the promise
- * is rejected.
- * @returns a promise for the return value or thrown exception of
- * either callback.
- */
-Q.spread = spread;
-function spread(value, fulfilled, rejected) {
-    return Q(value).spread(fulfilled, rejected);
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.spread = function (fulfilled, rejected) {
-    return this.all().then(function (array) {
-        return fulfilled.apply(void 0, array);
-    }, rejected);
-};
-
-/**
- * The async function is a decorator for generator functions, turning
- * them into asynchronous generators.  Although generators are only part
- * of the newest ECMAScript 6 drafts, this code does not cause syntax
- * errors in older engines.  This code should continue to work and will
- * in fact improve over time as the language improves.
- *
- * ES6 generators are currently part of V8 version 3.19 with the
- * --harmony-generators runtime flag enabled.  SpiderMonkey has had them
- * for longer, but under an older Python-inspired form.  This function
- * works on both kinds of generators.
- *
- * Decorates a generator function such that:
- *  - it may yield promises
- *  - execution will continue when that promise is fulfilled
- *  - the value of the yield expression will be the fulfilled value
- *  - it returns a promise for the return value (when the generator
- *    stops iterating)
- *  - the decorated function returns a promise for the return value
- *    of the generator or the first rejected promise among those
- *    yielded.
- *  - if an error is thrown in the generator, it propagates through
- *    every following yield until it is caught, or until it escapes
- *    the generator function altogether, and is translated into a
- *    rejection for the promise returned by the decorated generator.
- */
-Q.async = async;
-function async(makeGenerator) {
-    return function () {
-        // when verb is "send", arg is a value
-        // when verb is "throw", arg is an exception
-        function continuer(verb, arg) {
-            var result;
-
-            // Until V8 3.19 / Chromium 29 is released, SpiderMonkey is the only
-            // engine that has a deployed base of browsers that support generators.
-            // However, SM's generators use the Python-inspired semantics of
-            // outdated ES6 drafts.  We would like to support ES6, but we'd also
-            // like to make it possible to use generators in deployed browsers, so
-            // we also support Python-style generators.  At some point we can remove
-            // this block.
-
-            if (typeof StopIteration === "undefined") {
-                // ES6 Generators
-                try {
-                    result = generator[verb](arg);
-                } catch (exception) {
-                    return reject(exception);
-                }
-                if (result.done) {
-                    return result.value;
-                } else {
-                    return when(result.value, callback, errback);
-                }
-            } else {
-                // SpiderMonkey Generators
-                // FIXME: Remove this case when SM does ES6 generators.
-                try {
-                    result = generator[verb](arg);
-                } catch (exception) {
-                    if (isStopIteration(exception)) {
-                        return exception.value;
-                    } else {
-                        return reject(exception);
-                    }
-                }
-                return when(result, callback, errback);
-            }
-        }
-        var generator = makeGenerator.apply(this, arguments);
-        var callback = continuer.bind(continuer, "next");
-        var errback = continuer.bind(continuer, "throw");
-        return callback();
-    };
-}
-
-/**
- * The spawn function is a small wrapper around async that immediately
- * calls the generator and also ends the promise chain, so that any
- * unhandled errors are thrown instead of forwarded to the error
- * handler. This is useful because it's extremely common to run
- * generators at the top-level to work with libraries.
- */
-Q.spawn = spawn;
-function spawn(makeGenerator) {
-    Q.done(Q.async(makeGenerator)());
-}
-
-// FIXME: Remove this interface once ES6 generators are in SpiderMonkey.
-/**
- * Throws a ReturnValue exception to stop an asynchronous generator.
- *
- * This interface is a stop-gap measure to support generator return
- * values in older Firefox/SpiderMonkey.  In browsers that support ES6
- * generators like Chromium 29, just use "return" in your generator
- * functions.
- *
- * @param value the return value for the surrounding generator
- * @throws ReturnValue exception with the value.
- * @example
- * // ES6 style
- * Q.async(function* () {
- *      var foo = yield getFooPromise();
- *      var bar = yield getBarPromise();
- *      return foo + bar;
- * })
- * // Older SpiderMonkey style
- * Q.async(function () {
- *      var foo = yield getFooPromise();
- *      var bar = yield getBarPromise();
- *      Q.return(foo + bar);
- * })
- */
-Q["return"] = _return;
-function _return(value) {
-    throw new QReturnValue(value);
-}
-
-/**
- * The promised function decorator ensures that any promise arguments
- * are settled and passed as values (`this` is also settled and passed
- * as a value).  It will also ensure that the result of a function is
- * always a promise.
- *
- * @example
- * var add = Q.promised(function (a, b) {
- *     return a + b;
- * });
- * add(Q(a), Q(B));
- *
- * @param {function} callback The function to decorate
- * @returns {function} a function that has been decorated.
- */
-Q.promised = promised;
-function promised(callback) {
-    return function () {
-        return spread([this, all(arguments)], function (self, args) {
-            return callback.apply(self, args);
-        });
-    };
-}
-
-/**
- * sends a message to a value in a future turn
- * @param object* the recipient
- * @param op the name of the message operation, e.g., "when",
- * @param args further arguments to be forwarded to the operation
- * @returns result {Promise} a promise for the result of the operation
- */
-Q.dispatch = dispatch;
-function dispatch(object, op, args) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch(op, args);
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.dispatch = function (op, args) {
-    var self = this;
-    var deferred = defer();
-    nextTick(function () {
-        self.promiseDispatch(deferred.resolve, op, args);
-    });
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-/**
- * Gets the value of a property in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target object
- * @param name      name of property to get
- * @return promise for the property value
- */
-Q.get = function (object, key) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("get", [key]);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.get = function (key) {
-    return this.dispatch("get", [key]);
-};
-
-/**
- * Sets the value of a property in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for object object
- * @param name      name of property to set
- * @param value     new value of property
- * @return promise for the return value
- */
-Q.set = function (object, key, value) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("set", [key, value]);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.set = function (key, value) {
-    return this.dispatch("set", [key, value]);
-};
-
-/**
- * Deletes a property in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target object
- * @param name      name of property to delete
- * @return promise for the return value
- */
-Q.del = // XXX legacy
-Q["delete"] = function (object, key) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("delete", [key]);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.del = // XXX legacy
-Promise.prototype["delete"] = function (key) {
-    return this.dispatch("delete", [key]);
-};
-
-/**
- * Invokes a method in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target object
- * @param name      name of method to invoke
- * @param value     a value to post, typically an array of
- *                  invocation arguments for promises that
- *                  are ultimately backed with `resolve` values,
- *                  as opposed to those backed with URLs
- *                  wherein the posted value can be any
- *                  JSON serializable object.
- * @return promise for the return value
- */
-// bound locally because it is used by other methods
-Q.mapply = // XXX As proposed by "Redsandro"
-Q.post = function (object, name, args) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("post", [name, args]);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.mapply = // XXX As proposed by "Redsandro"
-Promise.prototype.post = function (name, args) {
-    return this.dispatch("post", [name, args]);
-};
-
-/**
- * Invokes a method in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target object
- * @param name      name of method to invoke
- * @param ...args   array of invocation arguments
- * @return promise for the return value
- */
-Q.send = // XXX Mark Miller's proposed parlance
-Q.mcall = // XXX As proposed by "Redsandro"
-Q.invoke = function (object, name /*...args*/) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("post", [name, array_slice(arguments, 2)]);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.send = // XXX Mark Miller's proposed parlance
-Promise.prototype.mcall = // XXX As proposed by "Redsandro"
-Promise.prototype.invoke = function (name /*...args*/) {
-    return this.dispatch("post", [name, array_slice(arguments, 1)]);
-};
-
-/**
- * Applies the promised function in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target function
- * @param args      array of application arguments
- */
-Q.fapply = function (object, args) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("apply", [void 0, args]);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.fapply = function (args) {
-    return this.dispatch("apply", [void 0, args]);
-};
-
-/**
- * Calls the promised function in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target function
- * @param ...args   array of application arguments
- */
-Q["try"] =
-Q.fcall = function (object /* ...args*/) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("apply", [void 0, array_slice(arguments, 1)]);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.fcall = function (/*...args*/) {
-    return this.dispatch("apply", [void 0, array_slice(arguments)]);
-};
-
-/**
- * Binds the promised function, transforming return values into a fulfilled
- * promise and thrown errors into a rejected one.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target function
- * @param ...args   array of application arguments
- */
-Q.fbind = function (object /*...args*/) {
-    var promise = Q(object);
-    var args = array_slice(arguments, 1);
-    return function fbound() {
-        return promise.dispatch("apply", [
-            this,
-            args.concat(array_slice(arguments))
-        ]);
-    };
-};
-Promise.prototype.fbind = function (/*...args*/) {
-    var promise = this;
-    var args = array_slice(arguments);
-    return function fbound() {
-        return promise.dispatch("apply", [
-            this,
-            args.concat(array_slice(arguments))
-        ]);
-    };
-};
-
-/**
- * Requests the names of the owned properties of a promised
- * object in a future turn.
- * @param object    promise or immediate reference for target object
- * @return promise for the keys of the eventually settled object
- */
-Q.keys = function (object) {
-    return Q(object).dispatch("keys", []);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.keys = function () {
-    return this.dispatch("keys", []);
-};
-
-/**
- * Turns an array of promises into a promise for an array.  If any of
- * the promises gets rejected, the whole array is rejected immediately.
- * @param {Array*} an array (or promise for an array) of values (or
- * promises for values)
- * @returns a promise for an array of the corresponding values
- */
-// By Mark Miller
-// http://wiki.ecmascript.org/doku.php?id=strawman:concurrency&rev=1308776521#allfulfilled
-Q.all = all;
-function all(promises) {
-    return when(promises, function (promises) {
-        var countDown = 0;
-        var deferred = defer();
-        array_reduce(promises, function (undefined, promise, index) {
-            var snapshot;
-            if (
-                isPromise(promise) &&
-                (snapshot = promise.inspect()).state === "fulfilled"
-            ) {
-                promises[index] = snapshot.value;
-            } else {
-                ++countDown;
-                when(
-                    promise,
-                    function (value) {
-                        promises[index] = value;
-                        if (--countDown === 0) {
-                            deferred.resolve(promises);
-                        }
-                    },
-                    deferred.reject,
-                    function (progress) {
-                        deferred.notify({ index: index, value: progress });
-                    }
-                );
-            }
-        }, void 0);
-        if (countDown === 0) {
-            deferred.resolve(promises);
-        }
-        return deferred.promise;
-    });
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.all = function () {
-    return all(this);
-};
-
-/**
- * Waits for all promises to be settled, either fulfilled or
- * rejected.  This is distinct from `all` since that would stop
- * waiting at the first rejection.  The promise returned by
- * `allResolved` will never be rejected.
- * @param promises a promise for an array (or an array) of promises
- * (or values)
- * @return a promise for an array of promises
- */
-Q.allResolved = deprecate(allResolved, "allResolved", "allSettled");
-function allResolved(promises) {
-    return when(promises, function (promises) {
-        promises = array_map(promises, Q);
-        return when(all(array_map(promises, function (promise) {
-            return when(promise, noop, noop);
-        })), function () {
-            return promises;
-        });
-    });
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.allResolved = function () {
-    return allResolved(this);
-};
-
-/**
- * @see Promise#allSettled
- */
-Q.allSettled = allSettled;
-function allSettled(promises) {
-    return Q(promises).allSettled();
-}
-
-/**
- * Turns an array of promises into a promise for an array of their states (as
- * returned by `inspect`) when they have all settled.
- * @param {Array[Any*]} values an array (or promise for an array) of values (or
- * promises for values)
- * @returns {Array[State]} an array of states for the respective values.
- */
-Promise.prototype.allSettled = function () {
-    return this.then(function (promises) {
-        return all(array_map(promises, function (promise) {
-            promise = Q(promise);
-            function regardless() {
-                return promise.inspect();
-            }
-            return promise.then(regardless, regardless);
-        }));
-    });
-};
-
-/**
- * Captures the failure of a promise, giving an oportunity to recover
- * with a callback.  If the given promise is fulfilled, the returned
- * promise is fulfilled.
- * @param {Any*} promise for something
- * @param {Function} callback to fulfill the returned promise if the
- * given promise is rejected
- * @returns a promise for the return value of the callback
- */
-Q.fail = // XXX legacy
-Q["catch"] = function (object, rejected) {
-    return Q(object).then(void 0, rejected);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.fail = // XXX legacy
-Promise.prototype["catch"] = function (rejected) {
-    return this.then(void 0, rejected);
-};
-
-/**
- * Attaches a listener that can respond to progress notifications from a
- * promise's originating deferred. This listener receives the exact arguments
- * passed to ``deferred.notify``.
- * @param {Any*} promise for something
- * @param {Function} callback to receive any progress notifications
- * @returns the given promise, unchanged
- */
-Q.progress = progress;
-function progress(object, progressed) {
-    return Q(object).then(void 0, void 0, progressed);
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.progress = function (progressed) {
-    return this.then(void 0, void 0, progressed);
-};
-
-/**
- * Provides an opportunity to observe the settling of a promise,
- * regardless of whether the promise is fulfilled or rejected.  Forwards
- * the resolution to the returned promise when the callback is done.
- * The callback can return a promise to defer completion.
- * @param {Any*} promise
- * @param {Function} callback to observe the resolution of the given
- * promise, takes no arguments.
- * @returns a promise for the resolution of the given promise when
- * ``fin`` is done.
- */
-Q.fin = // XXX legacy
-Q["finally"] = function (object, callback) {
-    return Q(object)["finally"](callback);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.fin = // XXX legacy
-Promise.prototype["finally"] = function (callback) {
-    callback = Q(callback);
-    return this.then(function (value) {
-        return callback.fcall().then(function () {
-            return value;
-        });
-    }, function (reason) {
-        // TODO attempt to recycle the rejection with "this".
-        return callback.fcall().then(function () {
-            throw reason;
-        });
-    });
-};
-
-/**
- * Terminates a chain of promises, forcing rejections to be
- * thrown as exceptions.
- * @param {Any*} promise at the end of a chain of promises
- * @returns nothing
- */
-Q.done = function (object, fulfilled, rejected, progress) {
-    return Q(object).done(fulfilled, rejected, progress);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.done = function (fulfilled, rejected, progress) {
-    var onUnhandledError = function (error) {
-        // forward to a future turn so that ``when``
-        // does not catch it and turn it into a rejection.
-        nextTick(function () {
-            makeStackTraceLong(error, promise);
-            if (Q.onerror) {
-                Q.onerror(error);
-            } else {
-                throw error;
-            }
-        });
-    };
-
-    // Avoid unnecessary `nextTick`ing via an unnecessary `when`.
-    var promise = fulfilled || rejected || progress ?
-        this.then(fulfilled, rejected, progress) :
-        this;
-
-    if (typeof process === "object" && process && process.domain) {
-        onUnhandledError = process.domain.bind(onUnhandledError);
-    }
-
-    promise.then(void 0, onUnhandledError);
-};
-
-/**
- * Causes a promise to be rejected if it does not get fulfilled before
- * some milliseconds time out.
- * @param {Any*} promise
- * @param {Number} milliseconds timeout
- * @param {String} custom error message (optional)
- * @returns a promise for the resolution of the given promise if it is
- * fulfilled before the timeout, otherwise rejected.
- */
-Q.timeout = function (object, ms, message) {
-    return Q(object).timeout(ms, message);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.timeout = function (ms, message) {
-    var deferred = defer();
-    var timeoutId = setTimeout(function () {
-        deferred.reject(new Error(message || "Timed out after " + ms + " ms"));
-    }, ms);
-
-    this.then(function (value) {
-        clearTimeout(timeoutId);
-        deferred.resolve(value);
-    }, function (exception) {
-        clearTimeout(timeoutId);
-        deferred.reject(exception);
-    }, deferred.notify);
-
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-/**
- * Returns a promise for the given value (or promised value), some
- * milliseconds after it resolved. Passes rejections immediately.
- * @param {Any*} promise
- * @param {Number} milliseconds
- * @returns a promise for the resolution of the given promise after milliseconds
- * time has elapsed since the resolution of the given promise.
- * If the given promise rejects, that is passed immediately.
- */
-Q.delay = function (object, timeout) {
-    if (timeout === void 0) {
-        timeout = object;
-        object = void 0;
-    }
-    return Q(object).delay(timeout);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.delay = function (timeout) {
-    return this.then(function (value) {
-        var deferred = defer();
-        setTimeout(function () {
-            deferred.resolve(value);
-        }, timeout);
-        return deferred.promise;
-    });
-};
-
-/**
- * Passes a continuation to a Node function, which is called with the given
- * arguments provided as an array, and returns a promise.
- *
- *      Q.nfapply(FS.readFile, [__filename])
- *      .then(function (content) {
- *      })
- *
- */
-Q.nfapply = function (callback, args) {
-    return Q(callback).nfapply(args);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.nfapply = function (args) {
-    var deferred = defer();
-    var nodeArgs = array_slice(args);
-    nodeArgs.push(deferred.makeNodeResolver());
-    this.fapply(nodeArgs).fail(deferred.reject);
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-/**
- * Passes a continuation to a Node function, which is called with the given
- * arguments provided individually, and returns a promise.
- * @example
- * Q.nfcall(FS.readFile, __filename)
- * .then(function (content) {
- * })
- *
- */
-Q.nfcall = function (callback /*...args*/) {
-    var args = array_slice(arguments, 1);
-    return Q(callback).nfapply(args);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.nfcall = function (/*...args*/) {
-    var nodeArgs = array_slice(arguments);
-    var deferred = defer();
-    nodeArgs.push(deferred.makeNodeResolver());
-    this.fapply(nodeArgs).fail(deferred.reject);
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-/**
- * Wraps a NodeJS continuation passing function and returns an equivalent
- * version that returns a promise.
- * @example
- * Q.nfbind(FS.readFile, __filename)("utf-8")
- * .then(console.log)
- * .done()
- */
-Q.nfbind =
-Q.denodeify = function (callback /*...args*/) {
-    var baseArgs = array_slice(arguments, 1);
-    return function () {
-        var nodeArgs = baseArgs.concat(array_slice(arguments));
-        var deferred = defer();
-        nodeArgs.push(deferred.makeNodeResolver());
-        Q(callback).fapply(nodeArgs).fail(deferred.reject);
-        return deferred.promise;
-    };
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.nfbind =
-Promise.prototype.denodeify = function (/*...args*/) {
-    var args = array_slice(arguments);
-    args.unshift(this);
-    return Q.denodeify.apply(void 0, args);
-};
-
-Q.nbind = function (callback, thisp /*...args*/) {
-    var baseArgs = array_slice(arguments, 2);
-    return function () {
-        var nodeArgs = baseArgs.concat(array_slice(arguments));
-        var deferred = defer();
-        nodeArgs.push(deferred.makeNodeResolver());
-        function bound() {
-            return callback.apply(thisp, arguments);
-        }
-        Q(bound).fapply(nodeArgs).fail(deferred.reject);
-        return deferred.promise;
-    };
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.nbind = function (/*thisp, ...args*/) {
-    var args = array_slice(arguments, 0);
-    args.unshift(this);
-    return Q.nbind.apply(void 0, args);
-};
-
-/**
- * Calls a method of a Node-style object that accepts a Node-style
- * callback with a given array of arguments, plus a provided callback.
- * @param object an object that has the named method
- * @param {String} name name of the method of object
- * @param {Array} args arguments to pass to the method; the callback
- * will be provided by Q and appended to these arguments.
- * @returns a promise for the value or error
- */
-Q.nmapply = // XXX As proposed by "Redsandro"
-Q.npost = function (object, name, args) {
-    return Q(object).npost(name, args);
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.nmapply = // XXX As proposed by "Redsandro"
-Promise.prototype.npost = function (name, args) {
-    var nodeArgs = array_slice(args || []);
-    var deferred = defer();
-    nodeArgs.push(deferred.makeNodeResolver());
-    this.dispatch("post", [name, nodeArgs]).fail(deferred.reject);
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-/**
- * Calls a method of a Node-style object that accepts a Node-style
- * callback, forwarding the given variadic arguments, plus a provided
- * callback argument.
- * @param object an object that has the named method
- * @param {String} name name of the method of object
- * @param ...args arguments to pass to the method; the callback will
- * be provided by Q and appended to these arguments.
- * @returns a promise for the value or error
- */
-Q.nsend = // XXX Based on Mark Miller's proposed "send"
-Q.nmcall = // XXX Based on "Redsandro's" proposal
-Q.ninvoke = function (object, name /*...args*/) {
-    var nodeArgs = array_slice(arguments, 2);
-    var deferred = defer();
-    nodeArgs.push(deferred.makeNodeResolver());
-    Q(object).dispatch("post", [name, nodeArgs]).fail(deferred.reject);
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-Promise.prototype.nsend = // XXX Based on Mark Miller's proposed "send"
-Promise.prototype.nmcall = // XXX Based on "Redsandro's" proposal
-Promise.prototype.ninvoke = function (name /*...args*/) {
-    var nodeArgs = array_slice(arguments, 1);
-    var deferred = defer();
-    nodeArgs.push(deferred.makeNodeResolver());
-    this.dispatch("post", [name, nodeArgs]).fail(deferred.reject);
-    return deferred.promise;
-};
-
-/**
- * If a function would like to support both Node continuation-passing-style and
- * promise-returning-style, it can end its internal promise chain with
- * `nodeify(nodeback)`, forwarding the optional nodeback argument.  If the user
- * elects to use a nodeback, the result will be sent there.  If they do not
- * pass a nodeback, they will receive the result promise.
- * @param object a result (or a promise for a result)
- * @param {Function} nodeback a Node.js-style callback
- * @returns either the promise or nothing
- */
-Q.nodeify = nodeify;
-function nodeify(object, nodeback) {
-    return Q(object).nodeify(nodeback);
-}
-
-Promise.prototype.nodeify = function (nodeback) {
-    if (nodeback) {
-        this.then(function (value) {
-            nextTick(function () {
-                nodeback(null, value);
-            });
-        }, function (error) {
-            nextTick(function () {
-                nodeback(error);
-            });
-        });
-    } else {
-        return this;
-    }
-};
-
-// All code before this point will be filtered from stack traces.
-var qEndingLine = captureLine();
-
-return Q;
-
-});

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-
-var Q = require("./q");
-
-module.exports = Queue;
-function Queue() {
-    var ends = Q.defer();
-    var closed = Q.defer();
-    return {
-        put: function (value) {
-            var next = Q.defer();
-            ends.resolve({
-                head: value,
-                tail: next.promise
-            });
-            ends.resolve = next.resolve;
-        },
-        get: function () {
-            var result = ends.promise.get("head");
-            ends.promise = ends.promise.get("tail");
-            return result.fail(function (error) {
-                closed.resolve(error);
-                throw error;
-            });
-        },
-        closed: closed.promise,
-        close: function (error) {
-            error = error || new Error("Can't get value from closed queue");
-            var end = {head: Q.reject(error)};
-            end.tail = end;
-            ends.resolve(end);
-            return closed.promise;
-        }
-    };
-}
-

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-{
-  "name": "ShellJS",
-  "twitter": [
-    "r2r"
-  ]
-}

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-{
-  "loopfunc": true,
-  "sub": true,
-  "undef": true,
-  "unused": true,
-  "node": true
-}
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-test/
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-language: node_js
-node_js:
-  - "0.8"
-  - "0.10"
-  - "0.11"

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-Copyright (c) 2012, Artur Adib <aadib@mozilla.com>
-All rights reserved.
-
-You may use this project under the terms of the New BSD license as follows:
-
-Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
-modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
-    * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
-      notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
-    * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
-      notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
-      documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
-    * Neither the name of Artur Adib nor the
-      names of the contributors may be used to endorse or promote products
-      derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
-
-THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" 
-AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE 
-IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE 
-ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL ARTUR ADIB BE LIABLE FOR ANY
-DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
-(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
-LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND
-ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
-(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF 
-THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

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-# ShellJS - Unix shell commands for Node.js [![Build Status](https://secure.travis-ci.org/arturadib/shelljs.png)](http://travis-ci.org/arturadib/shelljs)
-
-ShellJS is a portable **(Windows/Linux/OS X)** implementation of Unix shell commands on top of the Node.js API. You can use it to eliminate your shell script's dependency on Unix while still keeping its familiar and powerful commands. You can also install it globally so you can run it from outside Node projects - say goodbye to those gnarly Bash scripts!
-
-The project is [unit-tested](http://travis-ci.org/arturadib/shelljs) and battled-tested in projects like:
-
-+ [PDF.js](http://github.com/mozilla/pdf.js) - Firefox's next-gen PDF reader
-+ [Firebug](http://getfirebug.com/) - Firefox's infamous debugger
-+ [JSHint](http://jshint.com) - Most popular JavaScript linter
-+ [Zepto](http://zeptojs.com) - jQuery-compatible JavaScript library for modern browsers
-+ [Yeoman](http://yeoman.io/) - Web application stack and development tool
-+ [Deployd.com](http://deployd.com) - Open source PaaS for quick API backend generation
-
-and [many more](https://npmjs.org/browse/depended/shelljs).
-
-## Installing
-
-Via npm:
-
-```bash
-$ npm install [-g] shelljs
-```
-
-If the global option `-g` is specified, the binary `shjs` will be installed. This makes it possible to
-run ShellJS scripts much like any shell script from the command line, i.e. without requiring a `node_modules` folder:
-
-```bash
-$ shjs my_script
-```
-
-You can also just copy `shell.js` into your project's directory, and `require()` accordingly.
-
-
-## Examples
-
-### JavaScript
-
-```javascript
-require('shelljs/global');
-
-if (!which('git')) {
-  echo('Sorry, this script requires git');
-  exit(1);
-}
-
-// Copy files to release dir
-mkdir('-p', 'out/Release');
-cp('-R', 'stuff/*', 'out/Release');
-
-// Replace macros in each .js file
-cd('lib');
-ls('*.js').forEach(function(file) {
-  sed('-i', 'BUILD_VERSION', 'v0.1.2', file);
-  sed('-i', /.*REMOVE_THIS_LINE.*\n/, '', file);
-  sed('-i', /.*REPLACE_LINE_WITH_MACRO.*\n/, cat('macro.js'), file);
-});
-cd('..');
-
-// Run external tool synchronously
-if (exec('git commit -am "Auto-commit"').code !== 0) {
-  echo('Error: Git commit failed');
-  exit(1);
-}
-```
-
-### CoffeeScript
-
-```coffeescript
-require 'shelljs/global'
-
-if not which 'git'
-  echo 'Sorry, this script requires git'
-  exit 1
-
-# Copy files to release dir
-mkdir '-p', 'out/Release'
-cp '-R', 'stuff/*', 'out/Release'
-
-# Replace macros in each .js file
-cd 'lib'
-for file in ls '*.js'
-  sed '-i', 'BUILD_VERSION', 'v0.1.2', file
-  sed '-i', /.*REMOVE_THIS_LINE.*\n/, '', file
-  sed '-i', /.*REPLACE_LINE_WITH_MACRO.*\n/, cat 'macro.js', file
-cd '..'
-
-# Run external tool synchronously
-if (exec 'git commit -am "Auto-commit"').code != 0
-  echo 'Error: Git commit failed'
-  exit 1
-```
-
-## Global vs. Local
-
-The example above uses the convenience script `shelljs/global` to reduce verbosity. If polluting your global namespace is not desirable, simply require `shelljs`.
-
-Example:
-
-```javascript
-var shell = require('shelljs');
-shell.echo('hello world');
-```
-
-## Make tool
-
-A convenience script `shelljs/make` is also provided to mimic the behavior of a Unix Makefile. In this case all shell objects are global, and command line arguments will cause the script to execute only the corresponding function in the global `target` object. To avoid redundant calls, target functions are executed only once per script.
-
-Example (CoffeeScript):
-
-```coffeescript
-require 'shelljs/make'
-
-target.all = ->
-  target.bundle()
-  target.docs()
-
-target.bundle = ->
-  cd __dirname
-  mkdir 'build'
-  cd 'lib'
-  (cat '*.js').to '../build/output.js'
-
-target.docs = ->
-  cd __dirname
-  mkdir 'docs'
-  cd 'lib'
-  for file in ls '*.js'
-    text = grep '//@', file     # extract special comments
-    text.replace '//@', ''      # remove comment tags
-    text.to 'docs/my_docs.md'
-```
-
-To run the target `all`, call the above script without arguments: `$ node make`. To run the target `docs`: `$ node make docs`, and so on.
-
-
-
-<!-- 
-
-  DO NOT MODIFY BEYOND THIS POINT - IT'S AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED
-
--->
-
-
-## Command reference
-
-
-All commands run synchronously, unless otherwise stated.
-
-
-### cd('dir')
-Changes to directory `dir` for the duration of the script
-
-
-### pwd()
-Returns the current directory.
-
-
-### ls([options ,] path [,path ...])
-### ls([options ,] path_array)
-Available options:
-
-+ `-R`: recursive
-+ `-A`: all files (include files beginning with `.`, except for `.` and `..`)
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-ls('projs/*.js');
-ls('-R', '/users/me', '/tmp');
-ls('-R', ['/users/me', '/tmp']); // same as above
-```
-
-Returns array of files in the given path, or in current directory if no path provided.
-
-
-### find(path [,path ...])
-### find(path_array)
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-find('src', 'lib');
-find(['src', 'lib']); // same as above
-find('.').filter(function(file) { return file.match(/\.js$/); });
-```
-
-Returns array of all files (however deep) in the given paths.
-
-The main difference from `ls('-R', path)` is that the resulting file names
-include the base directories, e.g. `lib/resources/file1` instead of just `file1`.
-
-
-### cp([options ,] source [,source ...], dest)
-### cp([options ,] source_array, dest)
-Available options:
-
-+ `-f`: force
-+ `-r, -R`: recursive
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-cp('file1', 'dir1');
-cp('-Rf', '/tmp/*', '/usr/local/*', '/home/tmp');
-cp('-Rf', ['/tmp/*', '/usr/local/*'], '/home/tmp'); // same as above
-```
-
-Copies files. The wildcard `*` is accepted.
-
-
-### rm([options ,] file [, file ...])
-### rm([options ,] file_array)
-Available options:
-
-+ `-f`: force
-+ `-r, -R`: recursive
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-rm('-rf', '/tmp/*');
-rm('some_file.txt', 'another_file.txt');
-rm(['some_file.txt', 'another_file.txt']); // same as above
-```
-
-Removes files. The wildcard `*` is accepted.
-
-
-### mv(source [, source ...], dest')
-### mv(source_array, dest')
-Available options:
-
-+ `f`: force
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-mv('-f', 'file', 'dir/');
-mv('file1', 'file2', 'dir/');
-mv(['file1', 'file2'], 'dir/'); // same as above
-```
-
-Moves files. The wildcard `*` is accepted.
-
-
-### mkdir([options ,] dir [, dir ...])
-### mkdir([options ,] dir_array)
-Available options:
-
-+ `p`: full path (will create intermediate dirs if necessary)
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-mkdir('-p', '/tmp/a/b/c/d', '/tmp/e/f/g');
-mkdir('-p', ['/tmp/a/b/c/d', '/tmp/e/f/g']); // same as above
-```
-
-Creates directories.
-
-
-### test(expression)
-Available expression primaries:
-
-+ `'-b', 'path'`: true if path is a block device
-+ `'-c', 'path'`: true if path is a character device
-+ `'-d', 'path'`: true if path is a directory
-+ `'-e', 'path'`: true if path exists
-+ `'-f', 'path'`: true if path is a regular file
-+ `'-L', 'path'`: true if path is a symboilc link
-+ `'-p', 'path'`: true if path is a pipe (FIFO)
-+ `'-S', 'path'`: true if path is a socket
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-if (test('-d', path)) { /* do something with dir */ };
-if (!test('-f', path)) continue; // skip if it's a regular file
-```
-
-Evaluates expression using the available primaries and returns corresponding value.
-
-
-### cat(file [, file ...])
-### cat(file_array)
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-var str = cat('file*.txt');
-var str = cat('file1', 'file2');
-var str = cat(['file1', 'file2']); // same as above
-```
-
-Returns a string containing the given file, or a concatenated string
-containing the files if more than one file is given (a new line character is
-introduced between each file). Wildcard `*` accepted.
-
-
-### 'string'.to(file)
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-cat('input.txt').to('output.txt');
-```
-
-Analogous to the redirection operator `>` in Unix, but works with JavaScript strings (such as
-those returned by `cat`, `grep`, etc). _Like Unix redirections, `to()` will overwrite any existing file!_
-
-
-### 'string'.toEnd(file)
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-cat('input.txt').toEnd('output.txt');
-```
-
-Analogous to the redirect-and-append operator `>>` in Unix, but works with JavaScript strings (such as
-those returned by `cat`, `grep`, etc).
-
-
-### sed([options ,] search_regex, replacement, file)
-Available options:
-
-+ `-i`: Replace contents of 'file' in-place. _Note that no backups will be created!_
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-sed('-i', 'PROGRAM_VERSION', 'v0.1.3', 'source.js');
-sed(/.*DELETE_THIS_LINE.*\n/, '', 'source.js');
-```
-
-Reads an input string from `file` and performs a JavaScript `replace()` on the input
-using the given search regex and replacement string or function. Returns the new string after replacement.
-
-
-### grep([options ,] regex_filter, file [, file ...])
-### grep([options ,] regex_filter, file_array)
-Available options:
-
-+ `-v`: Inverse the sense of the regex and print the lines not matching the criteria.
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-grep('-v', 'GLOBAL_VARIABLE', '*.js');
-grep('GLOBAL_VARIABLE', '*.js');
-```
-
-Reads input string from given files and returns a string containing all lines of the
-file that match the given `regex_filter`. Wildcard `*` accepted.
-
-
-### which(command)
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-var nodeExec = which('node');
-```
-
-Searches for `command` in the system's PATH. On Windows looks for `.exe`, `.cmd`, and `.bat` extensions.
-Returns string containing the absolute path to the command.
-
-
-### echo(string [,string ...])
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-echo('hello world');
-var str = echo('hello world');
-```
-
-Prints string to stdout, and returns string with additional utility methods
-like `.to()`.
-
-
-### pushd([options,] [dir | '-N' | '+N'])
-
-Available options:
-
-+ `-n`: Suppresses the normal change of directory when adding directories to the stack, so that only the stack is manipulated.
-
-Arguments:
-
-+ `dir`: Makes the current working directory be the top of the stack, and then executes the equivalent of `cd dir`.
-+ `+N`: Brings the Nth directory (counting from the left of the list printed by dirs, starting with zero) to the top of the list by rotating the stack.
-+ `-N`: Brings the Nth directory (counting from the right of the list printed by dirs, starting with zero) to the top of the list by rotating the stack.
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-// process.cwd() === '/usr'
-pushd('/etc'); // Returns /etc /usr
-pushd('+1');   // Returns /usr /etc
-```
-
-Save the current directory on the top of the directory stack and then cd to `dir`. With no arguments, pushd exchanges the top two directories. Returns an array of paths in the stack.
-
-### popd([options,] ['-N' | '+N'])
-
-Available options:
-
-+ `-n`: Suppresses the normal change of directory when removing directories from the stack, so that only the stack is manipulated.
-
-Arguments:
-
-+ `+N`: Removes the Nth directory (counting from the left of the list printed by dirs), starting with zero.
-+ `-N`: Removes the Nth directory (counting from the right of the list printed by dirs), starting with zero.
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-echo(process.cwd()); // '/usr'
-pushd('/etc');       // '/etc /usr'
-echo(process.cwd()); // '/etc'
-popd();              // '/usr'
-echo(process.cwd()); // '/usr'
-```
-
-When no arguments are given, popd removes the top directory from the stack and performs a cd to the new top directory. The elements are numbered from 0 starting at the first directory listed with dirs; i.e., popd is equivalent to popd +0. Returns an array of paths in the stack.
-
-### dirs([options | '+N' | '-N'])
-
-Available options:
-
-+ `-c`: Clears the directory stack by deleting all of the elements.
-
-Arguments:
-
-+ `+N`: Displays the Nth directory (counting from the left of the list printed by dirs when invoked without options), starting with zero.
-+ `-N`: Displays the Nth directory (counting from the right of the list printed by dirs when invoked without options), starting with zero.
-
-Display the list of currently remembered directories. Returns an array of paths in the stack, or a single path if +N or -N was specified.
-
-See also: pushd, popd
-
-
-### ln(options, source, dest)
-### ln(source, dest)
-Available options:
-
-+ `s`: symlink
-+ `f`: force
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-ln('file', 'newlink');
-ln('-sf', 'file', 'existing');
-```
-
-Links source to dest. Use -f to force the link, should dest already exist.
-
-
-### exit(code)
-Exits the current process with the given exit code.
-
-### env['VAR_NAME']
-Object containing environment variables (both getter and setter). Shortcut to process.env.
-
-### exec(command [, options] [, callback])
-Available options (all `false` by default):
-
-+ `async`: Asynchronous execution. Defaults to true if a callback is provided.
-+ `silent`: Do not echo program output to console.
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-var version = exec('node --version', {silent:true}).output;
-
-var child = exec('some_long_running_process', {async:true});
-child.stdout.on('data', function(data) {
-  /* ... do something with data ... */
-});
-
-exec('some_long_running_process', function(code, output) {
-  console.log('Exit code:', code);
-  console.log('Program output:', output);
-});
-```
-
-Executes the given `command` _synchronously_, unless otherwise specified.
-When in synchronous mode returns the object `{ code:..., output:... }`, containing the program's
-`output` (stdout + stderr)  and its exit `code`. Otherwise returns the child process object, and
-the `callback` gets the arguments `(code, output)`.
-
-**Note:** For long-lived processes, it's best to run `exec()` asynchronously as
-the current synchronous implementation uses a lot of CPU. This should be getting
-fixed soon.
-
-
-### chmod(octal_mode || octal_string, file)
-### chmod(symbolic_mode, file)
-
-Available options:
-
-+ `-v`: output a diagnostic for every file processed
-+ `-c`: like verbose but report only when a change is made
-+ `-R`: change files and directories recursively
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-chmod(755, '/Users/brandon');
-chmod('755', '/Users/brandon'); // same as above
-chmod('u+x', '/Users/brandon');
-```
-
-Alters the permissions of a file or directory by either specifying the
-absolute permissions in octal form or expressing the changes in symbols.
-This command tries to mimic the POSIX behavior as much as possible.
-Notable exceptions:
-
-+ In symbolic modes, 'a-r' and '-r' are identical.  No consideration is
-  given to the umask.
-+ There is no "quiet" option since default behavior is to run silent.
-
-
-## Non-Unix commands
-
-
-### tempdir()
-
-Examples:
-
-```javascript
-var tmp = tempdir(); // "/tmp" for most *nix platforms
-```
-
-Searches and returns string containing a writeable, platform-dependent temporary directory.
-Follows Python's [tempfile algorithm](http://docs.python.org/library/tempfile.html#tempfile.tempdir).
-
-
-### error()
-Tests if error occurred in the last command. Returns `null` if no error occurred,
-otherwise returns string explaining the error
-
-
-## Configuration
-
-
-### config.silent
-Example:
-
-```javascript
-var silentState = config.silent; // save old silent state
-config.silent = true;
-/* ... */
-config.silent = silentState; // restore old silent state
-```
-
-Suppresses all command output if `true`, except for `echo()` calls.
-Default is `false`.
-
-### config.fatal
-Example:
-
-```javascript
-config.fatal = true;
-cp('this_file_does_not_exist', '/dev/null'); // dies here
-/* more commands... */
-```
-
-If `true` the script will die on errors. Default is `false`.

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-#!/usr/bin/env node
-require('../global');
-
-if (process.argv.length < 3) {
-  console.log('ShellJS: missing argument (script name)');
-  console.log();
-  process.exit(1);
-}
-
-var args,
-  scriptName = process.argv[2];
-env['NODE_PATH'] = __dirname + '/../..';
-
-if (!scriptName.match(/\.js/) && !scriptName.match(/\.coffee/)) {
-  if (test('-f', scriptName + '.js'))
-    scriptName += '.js';
-  if (test('-f', scriptName + '.coffee'))
-    scriptName += '.coffee';
-}
-
-if (!test('-f', scriptName)) {
-  console.log('ShellJS: script not found ('+scriptName+')');
-  console.log();
-  process.exit(1);
-}
-
-args = process.argv.slice(3);
-
-for (var i = 0, l = args.length; i < l; i++) {
-  if (args[i][0] !== "-"){
-    args[i] = '"' + args[i] + '"'; // fixes arguments with multiple words
-  }
-}
-
-if (scriptName.match(/\.coffee$/)) {
-  //
-  // CoffeeScript
-  //
-  if (which('coffee')) {
-    exec('coffee ' + scriptName + ' ' + args.join(' '), { async: true });
-  } else {
-    console.log('ShellJS: CoffeeScript interpreter not found');
-    console.log();
-    process.exit(1);
-  }
-} else {
-  //
-  // JavaScript
-  //
-  exec('node ' + scriptName + ' ' + args.join(' '), { async: true });
-}

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-var shell = require('./shell.js');
-for (var cmd in shell)
-  global[cmd] = shell[cmd];

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-require('./global');
-
-global.config.fatal = true;
-global.target = {};
-
-// This ensures we only execute the script targets after the entire script has
-// been evaluated
-var args = process.argv.slice(2);
-setTimeout(function() {
-  var t;
-
-  if (args.length === 1 && args[0] === '--help') {
-    console.log('Available targets:');
-    for (t in global.target)
-      console.log('  ' + t);
-    return;
-  }
-
-  // Wrap targets to prevent duplicate execution
-  for (t in global.target) {
-    (function(t, oldTarget){
-
-      // Wrap it
-      global.target[t] = function(force) {
-        if (oldTarget.done && !force)
-          return;
-        oldTarget.done = true;
-        return oldTarget.apply(oldTarget, arguments);
-      };
-
-    })(t, global.target[t]);
-  }
-
-  // Execute desired targets
-  if (args.length > 0) {
-    args.forEach(function(arg) {
-      if (arg in global.target)
-        global.target[arg]();
-      else {
-        console.log('no such target: ' + arg);
-      }
-    });
-  } else if ('all' in global.target) {
-    global.target.all();
-  }
-
-}, 0);


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