My own flavour of node binary management, no subshells, no profile setup, no convoluted api, just simple.
$ npm install n
$ make install
Install a few nodes:
$ n 0.2.6 $ n 0.3.3
List installed nodes:
$ n 0.2.5 * 0.2.6 0.3.3
Pass some config flags to ./configure:
$ n 0.2.6 --debug --oprofile
Remove some versions:
$ n rm 0.2.4 0.3.0
Usage: n [options] [COMMAND] [config] Commands: n Output versions installed n rm <version ...> Remove the given version(s) n <version> Install and/or use node <version> Options: -V, --version Output current version of n -h, --help Display help information
n by default installs node to /usr/local/n/versions, from
which it can see what you have currently installed, and activate previously installed versions of node when
n <version> is invoked again.
Activated nodes are then installed to the prefix /usr/local, which of course may be altered via the PREFIX environment variable.
To alter where
n operates simply export N_PREFIX to whatever you prefer.
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2010 TJ Holowaychuk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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