Quoting Leo Iannacone (2014-04-30 10:20:28)
> On 30 April 2014 02:39, Jérémy Lal <kapo...@melix.org> wrote:
>> Interesting.
>
> Really, which tools do you use to inspect files covered by some
> copyright in a software?

Depends on the needs - concretely I currently use exiftool and otfinfo.  
For more details please debcheckout ruby-compass (as I suggested), and 
let me guide you as needed in inspecting.  Package is not big.


>> If /usr/lib/nodejs/express/package.json exists, nodejs uses it to 
>> find the entry point of the module.
>
> Here more info about:
> http://nodejs.org/api/modules.html#modules_folders_as_modules

Thanks for that!  Really cool!

I am still puzzled, however, on the concrete need for node-express to 
preserve its source structure to avoid patching package.json, as I see 
no name/main declarations in that specific package.json file.


Regards,

 - Jonas


P.S.  I highly appreciate your practice of stripping irrelevant parts 
from your response, but suggest to consider including slightly more 
context than you did above - I find that my response is somewhat 
non-sensical due to the underlying parts missing.

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