Javascript: Dependency track

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Dependency management is always a cornerstone of software development. Usually, programs involve a lot of third-party components, which, in turn, can also rely on third-party components. One of the tasks of the dependency manager is to connect dependencies in the correct order. Libraries that others depend on should be connected earlier. Determining this order is reduced to the graph sorting problem.

sortDeps.js

Implement and export as default a function that takes a list of dependencies as input and returns a list (array) of sorted nodes.

Examples

const deps1 = {
  mongo: [],
  tzinfo: ['thread_safe'],
  uglifier: ['execjs'],
  execjs: ['thread_safe', 'json'],
  redis: [],
};

console.log(sortDeps(deps1));
// => ['mongo', 'thread_safe', 'tzinfo', 'json', 'execjs', 'uglifier', 'redis'];

Independent libraries and library chains should be in the order corresponding to that of the elements in the dependency graph.

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