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"meteor npm list -g" not working on windows (looking in wrong directory) #7508
On Windows run
List of node modules found here:
Looks like the command is looking in the wrong directory.
This is windows only, seems to work fine on my MacOS install.
I don't think the global NPM scope of the Meteor bundled
In a way, giving users access to the correct Meteor "global" directory and user's willingness to copy and paste whatever examples they come across (which might install into the global scope) leaves possibility for users to break core functionality of their meteor tool by doing
Interesting point @abernix.
If you do not want people to execute this command, it is weird for it to work on MacOS (linux) and not work on Windows. Would you prefer to disable it overall? I think it might be simpler to simply make it work.
And I think it may be worthwhile to write up an explanation of the dev_bundle and how you expect users to think about it.
I have been confused about the different repositories and I posted my perspective on it in the forums.
Would you mind taking a few minutes and clarifying the meteor perspective? Are my assumptions correct? Is there more to consider?
While it is definitely a bit annoying this works on MacOS but not windows, I think we're okay to close this issue for now since:
Thanks very much for opening this issue originally!