§ Quick Take

import { strict as assert } from "assert";
import extract from "string-extract-class-names";

// extracts classes
  [".first-class", ".second-class"]

// and id's
  ["#brambles", ".gramples", "#croodles"]

// optionally, you can request ranges (see codsen.com/ranges/):
  extract("div.first-class.second-class", true),
    [3, 15],
    [15, 28],

§ Examples



In other words, it's a function which takes two input arguments. Brackets mean that argument is optional.

§ API - Input

Input argumentTypeObligatory?Description
inputStringStringyesString to process
returnRangesInsteadBooleannoDefault - false - return arrays of strings - selectors; optionally - true - return array of ranges

By ranges we mean string slice ranges, arrays of two elements where both arguments match the String.slice first two arguments, beginIndex and endIndex.

§ The Use

We use string-extract-class-names to extract all the CSS class and id names from HTML/CSS in the library email-comb which detects and deletes the unused CSS styles.

§ Changelog

See it in the monorepo opens in a new tab, on Sourcehut.

§ Licence

MIT opens in a new tab

Copyright © 2010–2020 Roy Revelt and other contributors

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