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set --depth to 9999 to ignore user settings, when listing dependencies #71

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SrTobi commented Feb 29, 2016

The user can set a default value for --depth with:

npm config set depth 0

But we want to ignore this, although --depth is ignored when used with --parseable.

My original pull request didn't took this into account, because I forgot that @felixfbecker mentioned it in #52 (comment).

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joaomoreno commented Feb 29, 2016

👍 Thanks!

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set --depth to 9999 to ignore user settings, when listing dependencies
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felixfbecker commented Mar 11, 2016

Aparently depth can also be set to Infinity instead of 99999

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