How should we name node-js ports ?
ros at bebik.net
Mon May 15 18:28:42 UTC 2017
Thanks for your feedback.
On 05/15/17 18:52, Adam Weinberger wrote:
>> On 15 May, 2017, at 6:57, Ruslan Makhmatkhanov <rm at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>> npm packages can be installed by yarn as well; nodejs is really the common name and makes a better prefix.
>> That said, making node ports does not sit well with me. npm/yarn manages node packages. Things will break if a user has those same packages installed globally and tries to update or remove them, or if a user needs specific global versions installed.
>> Rodrigo, I think your better option is simply to bundle those dependencies yourself, at the specific versions that your port requires, and install them to a private location.
I decide to split the dependencies in several packages and I use npm a
short perform the package installation before
the staging. That way node packages remains available to other and can
be reused as dependencies for others node ports.
> # Adam
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