How to use 'exec node' in JavaScript

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80async execNode(executable: string, args: any) {
81 // TODO: better
82 const loaderPrefix = this.componentName ? `isolating ${this.componentName}` : '';
83 const log = message => (this.componentName ? loader.setText(`${loaderPrefix}: ${message}`) : {});
84 const { patchFileSystem } = librarian.api();
85 const onScriptRun = () =>
86 this.componentName ? loader.setText(`running build for ${this.componentName} in an isolated environment`) : {}; // TODO: do this from the compiler/tester so we can customize the message
87 await patchFileSystem(executable, { args, cwd: this.container.path, log, onScriptRun });
88}
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477function nodeExec(cmdLine, cwd, name, toShowOutput, toShowStdErr, fileParams) {
478 var root;
479 var replList = [];
480 function addRepl(list, prefix, filename, root_) {
481 var parts = filename.match(/^(.*)\/([^\/]*)$/);
482 var relFile = filename.indexOf(root_) === 0 ? filename.substr(root_.length) : filename;
483 list.push([prefix, filename]);
484 list.push([prefix + 'file', parts ? parts[2] : '']);
485 list.push([prefix + 'path', parts ? parts[1] : '']);
486 list.push([prefix + 'relfile', relFile]);
487 }
488 if (fileParams) {
489 root = getProjectRoot();
490 Object.keys(fileParams).forEach(function (key) {
491 addRepl(replList, key, fileParams[key], root);
492 });
493 replList.forEach(function (macro) {
494 cmdLine = cmdLine.replace('{{' + macro[0] + '}}', macro[1]);
495 });
496 }
497 ixDomains.exec('exec', cmdLine, cwd).fail(function (out) {
498 if (toShowStdErr) {
499 displayNodeResult(false, out, name);
500 }
501 }).done(function (out) {
502 if (toShowOutput) {
503 displayNodeResult(true, out, name);
504 }
505 });
506}

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