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npm install ignores nested shrinkwrapped dependencies #12372
Related issue? #6928
This only seems to occur during multi-stage installs (i.e.
(there's a similar test here that fails on the master branch)
Nothing happens - the 'ideal' tree and the current tree are identical.
Incidentally, this was made apparent because ember cli runs a dependency checker before running and flags any version mismatches between what's in
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Apr 15, 2016
Yeah, this is awkward because we currently allow partial shrinkwraps (which is necessary to install
I'm not sure if there's any solution here short of nixing the partial shrinkwrap feature. (Which would please me greatly.)
I've tried the following:
Comparing installing hapi
mkdir swtest cd swtest # install using system npm@latest npm init npm install hapi --save # use git to see is there any difference between my branch and the latest release git init git add . git commit -m"installed using npm@latest" # install using npm@ my branch node ~/src/npm/bin/npm-cli.js install hapi --save # this shows 'nothing to commit' - no changes git status
I tried a similar approach in the hapi repo and it worked similarly.