Bobby L. Craig


# findup-sync [![Build Status](]( Find the first file matching a given pattern in the current directory or the nearest ancestor directory. ## Getting Started Install the module with: `npm install findup-sync` ```js var findup = require('findup-sync'); // Start looking in the CWD. var filepath1 = findup('{a,b}*.txt'); // Start looking somewhere else, and ignore case (probably a good idea). var filepath2 = findup('{a,b}*.txt', {cwd: '/some/path', nocase: true}); ``` ## Usage ```js findup(patternOrPatterns [, minimatchOptions]) ``` ### patternOrPatterns Type: `String` or `Array` Default: none One or more wildcard glob patterns. Or just filenames. ### minimatchOptions Type: `Object` Default: `{}` Options to be passed to [minimatch]( Note that if you want to start in a different directory than the current working directory, specify a `cwd` property here. ## Contributing In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using [Grunt]( ## Release History 2014-03-14 - v0.1.3 - Updated dependencies. 2013-03-08 - v0.1.2 - Updated dependencies. Fixed a Node 0.9.x bug. Updated unit tests to work cross-platform. 2012-11-15 - v0.1.1 - Now works without an options object. 2012-11-01 - v0.1.0 - Initial release.