alias for install
Because @SlexAxton is too nice a guy to actually troll him.
Haha! Nice! :)
Do you really think it is worth it? If I type npm to list the commands available I see isntall there and think it's an error.
It's the first time I noticed it, but I guess we could either remove it or filter it from the usage help message.
Or just ignore my comment at all if you think it's nice as it is today and there's no reason to change this :)
Usage: npm <command>
where <command> is one of:
add-user, adduser, apihelp, author, bin, bugs, c, cache,
completion, config, ddp, dedupe, deprecate, docs, edit,
explore, faq, find, find-dupes, get, help, help-search,
home, i, info, init, install, isntall, issues, la, link,
list, ll, ln, login, ls, outdated, owner, pack, prefix,
prune, publish, r, rb, rebuild, remove, repo, restart, rm,
root, run-script, s, se, search, set, show, shrinkwrap,
star, stars, start, stop, submodule, t, tag, test, tst, un,
uninstall, unlink, unpublish, unstar, up, update, v,
version, view, whoami
@henvic Sounds like #2933.