Rather than allow filters, it just spits out all the info it has locally and in the registry. If you want to filter the data, then that's what git is for.
It'd be REALLY nice if this bug got fixed: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COUCHDB-688
…the "scripts" hash.
…the fake require.paths entry.
Remove the install-npm.js. Add install-stable, install, and link Make commands. The default is still to do install-stable.
I *knew* I was squeezing too much into a single release. Fix a really obnoxious little bug that makes published packages not installable.
While it's impressive to see a big list of files fly by, it's not very helpful for debugging, and is just noise.
… when it's running.
Use the registry and the cache to do crazy stuff, like publish a local tarball or folder. Also, package tarballs are added to the registry as couchdb attachments, so there's no reliance on github, and it's less likely that tarballs will go away or change after being published.