`npm home <pkg>` should accept multiple packages #2998

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Zearin opened this Issue Dec 13, 2012 · 4 comments

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Zearin commented Dec 13, 2012

I really like the npm home command. I use it a lot to learn more about packages that I’m curious about, but unsure if I want to install.

The only problem is that if I do something like, npm home <pkg1> <pkg2> <pkg3>, it will only open a page to <pkg1> and ignore the rest.

I find myself writing one-line for loops in bash to work around this. Any chance npm could save me the trouble?

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timoxley commented Jan 7, 2014

@Zearin wish granted, if #4422 is merged :D

can we close this issue?

#4430

Zearin commented Jan 7, 2014

Awesome! Thanks @timoxley . :)

can we close this issue?

Dunno if you were asking me, but…sure. 👅

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timoxley commented Jan 7, 2014

@Zearin can you close it?

@Zearin Zearin closed this Jan 7, 2014
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timoxley commented Jan 7, 2014

🎉

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