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Fix issue 3 - trailing comma in package .json
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Alright, fine, don't publish this. We just published your code (unmodified, with author untouched) as da-soupselect ... so we can actually use it in production. Thanks!
anyway, this is not an issue )
Probably the author is quite busy. I just cloned the repository and sudo npm install from there. I don't like the da-soupselect idea, just adds confusion.
sudo npm install
Yeah, I don't like it either, but hosted node platforms (nodester, duostack, etc.) won't let you install npm modules that way.
I pushed this change into the registry. Otherwise, the package is unmodified.
Other commenters: In the future, if you just need a package json fixed trivially like this, and the author is indisposed, let me know. It's a really easy thing to do.
Bu the way, it's common situation when author disappears for some reason, but there are lots of people who ready to maintain the lib. How we can resolve such situations with npm?