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Failing to parse package.json must be an error, not warning #12155

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dmitriid opened this Issue Mar 31, 2016 · 2 comments

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dmitriid commented Mar 31, 2016

Given

{
  'name': 'some-name',
  'dependencies': {}
}

Running

> npm --version
3.3.12

> npm install --progress=false --loglevel=error
> 

> npm install
npm WARN EJSONPARSE Failed to parse json
npm WARN EJSONPARSE Unexpected token '\'' at 2:3
npm WARN EJSONPARSE   'name': 'some-name',
npm WARN EJSONPARSE   ^
npm WARN EPACKAGEJSON campaign No description
npm WARN EPACKAGEJSON campaign No repository field.
npm WARN EPACKAGEJSON campaign No README data
npm WARN EPACKAGEJSON campaign No license field.

Failure to parse package.json must be a fatal error, not a warning

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lholmquist commented Sep 8, 2016

@dmitriid @othiym23 should this be closed? looks like it was fixed here: #12406

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npm-robot commented Jun 19, 2017

We're closing this issue as it has gone thirty days without activity. In our experience if an issue has gone thirty days without any activity then it's unlikely to be addressed. In the case of bug reports, often the underlying issue will be addressed but finding related issues is quite difficult and often incomplete.

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