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Checks a dir for node.js projects that haven't been touched in a year, and trashes the node_modules.
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Cleanup Old Node.js Projects

npm install && npm run start /some/project/path[optional]

What?

Pass in a directory path of your projects (or it'll prompt you), and then it'll find which ones haven't been touched in a year or more and have a node_modules directory. It will then show you which ones and prompt you to confirm their removal. Using the trash package, it'll safely put the old node_modules into your trash, where you can empty or restore them.

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