./node_modules/.bin/pnpm link supi/
I am rewriting parts of pnpm using reactive programming. It looks a lot better and I think it will help to write more complex/performant algorithms.
However, I am just learning reactive programming, so I'd appreciate if someone more experienced could do code reviews
has anyone experience with reactive programming?
package.json, and more powerful lifecycle
scriptskeep cropping up for example. I am working on a bunch of ideas to solve these frequent annoyances for myself in the form of more npm modules (and others have attempted with modules like
npm-run-all), but ultimately there would be a lot less need for hacky/workarounds if such features were supported in [p]npm core. So I'm just wondering whether your opinion is generally "pnpm is solely focussed on speed/disk space efficiency over regular npm", or more "open to other improvements over npm, which can help pnpm gain more traction"… what are your thoughts?