great, i have been super happy with how much nodist has grown!
not to mention when i had to install it on a couple computers in the last couple months, its been a breeze
that's nice to hear :) When you get mostly bug reports you start to forget how much actually works... :)
(Still, the main big issues atm are signals being lost by the shim and having to reinstall native global modules when changing major node versions)
Also, I'm participating in the discussion group initiated by the node foundation about efforts for an "official" node version manager...
Yea i read that, and was happy they included the project. I think a lot of the ways you handle things are superior aside from the shim having some issues.
However, I feel like those issues are coming to surface because there is more and more widespread use. That blog post I put together using it gets a lot of traffic as well.
Your not the only one that has an issue with the globals anyway for the most part it work brilliantly what do people recommend for Mac it must be able to auto switch between setup folders and global env.
Hello, is it possible to use nodist from the Github source?
Hi anyone here
sorry, gitter email notifications were broken for some time...
@brianrt I think so, yes. There's no guide for installation, though.
Hello, Just checking in!
@marcelklehr Contact me if you can!
Hello Everyone, I wanted to announce that Nullivex Software Consortium (NSC) will be maintaining Nodist. We will be merging pull requests and building a roadmap over the next 2 months working towards a 1.0 release. Happy coding!
hello I am trying to unistall but how do I revert my .bashrc to previous settings?
In current .bashrc file "NODIST_BIN_DIR=$(echo "$NODIST_PREFIX" | sed -e 's,\,/,g')/bin; if [ -f "$NODIST_BIN_DIR/nodist.sh" ]; then . "$NODIST_BIN_DIR/nodist.sh"; fi; unset NODIST_BIN_DIR; NODIST_BIN_DIR=$(echo "$NODIST_PREFIX" | sed -e 's,\,/,g')/bin; if [ -f "$NODIST_BIN_DIR/nodist.sh" ]; then . "$NODIST_BIN_DIR/nodist.sh"; fi; unset NODIST_BIN_DIR; export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/bin NODIST_BIN_DIR=$(echo "$NODIST_PREFIX" | sed -e 's,\,/,g')/bin; if [ -f "$NODIST_BIN_DIR/nodist.sh" ]; then . "$NODIST_BIN_DIR/nodist.sh"; fi; unset NODIST_BIN_DIR;"
@Pattrick_gitlab It's probably safe to just remove all references to nodist from the file
probably good add to uninstall docs
heya, im doing a project and im wondering how nodist gets the latest node version