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    1 {
    2   "_from": "ini@>=1.3.4 <1.4.0",
    3   "_id": "ini@1.3.4",
    4   "_location": "/ini",
    5   "_phantomChildren": {},
    6   "_requiredBy": [
    7     "/config-chain",
    8     "/npm"
    9   ],
   10   "_resolved": "https://registry.npmjs.org/ini/-/ini-1.3.4.tgz",
   11   "_shasum": "0537cb79daf59b59a1a517dff706c86ec039162e",
   12   "_shrinkwrap": null,
   13   "author": {
   14     "name": "Isaac Z. Schlueter",
   15     "email": "i@izs.me",
   16     "url": "http://blog.izs.me/"
   17   },
   18   "bugs": {
   19     "url": "https://github.com/isaacs/ini/issues"
   20   },
   21   "dependencies": {},
   22   "description": "An ini encoder/decoder for node",
   23   "devDependencies": {
   24     "tap": "^1.2.0"
   25   },
   26   "engines": {
   27     "node": "*"
   28   },
   29   "files": [
   30     "ini.js"
   31   ],
   32   "homepage": "https://github.com/isaacs/ini#readme",
   33   "license": "ISC",
   34   "main": "ini.js",
   35   "name": "ini",
   36   "optionalDependencies": {},
   37   "readme": "An ini format parser and serializer for node.\n\nSections are treated as nested objects.  Items before the first\nheading are saved on the object directly.\n\n## Usage\n\nConsider an ini-file `config.ini` that looks like this:\n\n    ; this comment is being ignored\n    scope = global\n\n    [database]\n    user = dbuser\n    password = dbpassword\n    database = use_this_database\n\n    [paths.default]\n    datadir = /var/lib/data\n    array[] = first value\n    array[] = second value\n    array[] = third value\n\nYou can read, manipulate and write the ini-file like so:\n\n    var fs = require('fs')\n      , ini = require('ini')\n\n    var config = ini.parse(fs.readFileSync('./config.ini', 'utf-8'))\n\n    config.scope = 'local'\n    config.database.database = 'use_another_database'\n    config.paths.default.tmpdir = '/tmp'\n    delete config.paths.default.datadir\n    config.paths.default.array.push('fourth value')\n\n    fs.writeFileSync('./config_modified.ini', ini.stringify(config, { section: 'section' }))\n\nThis will result in a file called `config_modified.ini` being written\nto the filesystem with the following content:\n\n    [section]\n    scope=local\n    [section.database]\n    user=dbuser\n    password=dbpassword\n    database=use_another_database\n    [section.paths.default]\n    tmpdir=/tmp\n    array[]=first value\n    array[]=second value\n    array[]=third value\n    array[]=fourth value\n\n\n## API\n\n### decode(inistring)\n\nDecode the ini-style formatted `inistring` into a nested object.\n\n### parse(inistring)\n\nAlias for `decode(inistring)`\n\n### encode(object, [options])\n\nEncode the object `object` into an ini-style formatted string. If the\noptional parameter `section` is given, then all top-level properties\nof the object are put into this section and the `section`-string is\nprepended to all sub-sections, see the usage example above.\n\nThe `options` object may contain the following:\n\n* `section` A string which will be the first `section` in the encoded\n  ini data.  Defaults to none.\n* `whitespace` Boolean to specify whether to put whitespace around the\n  `=` character.  By default, whitespace is omitted, to be friendly to\n  some persnickety old parsers that don't tolerate it well.  But some\n  find that it's more human-readable and pretty with the whitespace.\n\nFor backwards compatibility reasons, if a `string` options is passed\nin, then it is assumed to be the `section` value.\n\n### stringify(object, [options])\n\nAlias for `encode(object, [options])`\n\n### safe(val)\n\nEscapes the string `val` such that it is safe to be used as a key or\nvalue in an ini-file. Basically escapes quotes. For example\n\n    ini.safe('\"unsafe string\"')\n\nwould result in\n\n    \"\\\"unsafe string\\\"\"\n\n### unsafe(val)\n\nUnescapes the string `val`\n",
   38   "readmeFilename": "README.md",
   39   "repository": {
   40     "type": "git",
   41     "url": "git://github.com/isaacs/ini.git"
   42   },
   43   "scripts": {
   44     "test": "tap test/*.js"
   45   },
   46   "version": "1.3.4"
   47 }