Bug#869918: ITP: node-opener -- It allows the user to open web pages and executable files in the desktop environment.
- Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2017 21:11:13 +0530
- From: Aditya Dev <adityadev598@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Bug#869918: ITP: node-opener -- It allows the user to open web pages and executable files in the desktop environment.
Owner: Aditya_Dev <adityadev598@xxxxxxxxx>
* Package name : node-opener
Version : 1.4.3
Upstream Author : Domenic Denicola <d@xxxxxxxxxx> (https://domenic.me/)
* URL : https://github.com/domenic/
* License : (WTFPL OR MIT)
Description : It allows the user to open webpages and files executable in the desktop envirionment.
It allows to open stuff webpages and files executable and cross-platform.
It can also be used programatically while writing a program. Plus, it returns the child process created, so you can do things like let your script exit while the window stays open:
This package is suitable for adding to Debian because as stated in the https://www.npmjs/opener.com page Windows has start, Macs have open so opener for Debian and also as given in the description it can help the user to open webpages files executable open editors and can also be used while writing programs.along with it installation of the package is also simple.
No there are no packages on which opener depends.
To the best of my knowledge there no similar package in Debian that gives the privileges to the users that opener provides till now. Although there are commands that can be used to open webpages,editors etc but opener can be used for opening webpages,editors etc withou the use of separate commands.
The link to my repo in github for node-opener-1.4.3 is here https://github.com/Aditya-
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