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There is a particular sub-dependency of my project that is failing to install properly in pnpm. I'm not sure why the dependency (
es5-ext) is required.
When using yarn, I can ask "yarn why [package-name]" to find out why a package is needed.
Is there an equivalent in pnpm?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-09 at 18:34
pnpm why es5-ext will work with pnpm. See the docs: https://pnpm.io/cli/why
Just now, for no reason I can figure out, when I run
npm run dev on my sveltekit project, I get this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-04 at 20:55
Ok, the issue is that one of the modules in my app imported lodash cloneDeep like this
import cloneDeep from lodash/cloneDeep
i.e from the full lodash npm module.
Another of my modules imported it using the more targeted npm module using
import cloneDeep from "lodash.clonedeep"
A very confusing error message, but I suppose it makes some sense.
The fix was to import cloneDeep consistently, I chose the latter approach.
I'm trying https://pnpm.io/ with workspaces and I can't seem to be able to install packages and run commands in specific workspaces as I do with Yarn.
Using yarn, I could do, for example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 18:18
Yes, see https://pnpm.io/filtering
Im my project i am trying to use dotenv-cli with pnpm. I am using PowerShell 7.2.1 on windows. I have monorepo with package
api with script
First what I tried was:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-13 at 19:51
The problem is that when you call from PowerShell (unlike from
cmd.exe), the command name
dotenv resolves to a PowerShell script, namely
dotenv.ps1, as you report.
When PowerShell calls a PowerShell-native command - including
.ps1 files - its own parameter binder interprets the (first)
-- argument and removes it; that is, the target command never sees it.
(The semantics of
-- is analogous to that of Unix utilities:
-- tells the parameter binder to treat subsequent arguments as positional ones, even if they look like parameter (option) names, such as
Thus, unfortunately, you need to specify
-- twice in order to pass a single
-- instance through to the
.ps1 script itself:
I'm fairly new (today its the first day) with Amazon CDK. I have been currently following the initial tutorial in Amazon's CDK page.
I have installed
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-05 at 19:25
This is extremely stupid mistake. I currently have 2 users in my machine setup and I was using the wrong one to deploy.
aws configure with the credentials of the correct account I was able to deploy
I'm migrating a package from a much older version of commander (v2.20.3)...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-24 at 05:08
The default behaviour in latest Commander is to display the help if you have subcommands and do not specify a subcommand. Which sounds like what you want! Not sure how you are getting an error, you might want to open a Commander issue for help.
In general, if you want some custom behaviour for no arguments then it may be simple and easy to check yourself before calling
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 22:05
Docs says that the build command
npm install --prefix=../.. is only required if using npm workspaces, and doesn't apply when using pnpm or yarn workspaces. Since am using pnpm, I replace
npm install --prefix=../.. with
pnpm i -r and it worked.
For the following Git log, how do I prune off (remove completely) the branch which attaches at 15acb99 and ends in the stash. It is no longer needed....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 15:48
In this case your best bet is an interactive rebase. But having merge commits makes that process a bit harder than usual.
When installing dependencies for a create-react app(version 5.0.0) using
pnpm dlx and
pnpm import, i get a warning that peer dependencies should be installed. The dev environment for react spins up just fine. This warn message does not show up when using
npx. How can i fix this warn message other than installing the peer dependencies?. Thanks in advance.
What i did:
- Create react app using pnpm dlx in the command-line
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 12:19
You need to install those dependencies too if this warning shows up.
Copy all the packages listed below
Peer dependencies that should be installed: and type this command:
On my GitHub repo I want to configure the renovate bot to automatically merge all minor (and smaller) updates automatically and to create PRs only for major updates. If I understand the doc correctly, my package rules should configure that behaviour:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-10 at 13:49
You should add
"automergeType": "branch". Ref: https://docs.renovatebot.com/noise-reduction/#branch-automerging
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