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John Winston
@winston0410
Hi I have just pnpm install prettier -g, but when I try to run the command, it gives me this:
node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:944
  throw err;
  ^

Error: Cannot find module '/Users/hugosum/pnpm-global/5/node_modules/prettier/bin-prettier.js'
    at Function.Module._resolveFilename (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:941:15)
    at Function.Module._load (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:774:27)
    at Function.executeUserEntryPoint [as runMain] (node:internal/modules/run_main:76:12)
    at node:internal/main/run_main_module:17:47 {
  code: 'MODULE_NOT_FOUND',
  requireStack: []
}
how can I fix this? the result of which prettier is /usr/local/bin/prettier
Vaughan Rouesnel
@vjpr
John Winston
@winston0410
thanks
@myNameIsDu
hi,I was looking through the documentation and found two commands exec and dlx that are similar to npx, but which one should I use, or how are they different? I'm very curious
Josiah Haswell
@josiahhaswell
hey folks--I'm setting up a monorepo of widgets with a very common structure, and I'd like to reuse gulp commands across the board. Can I use a gulpfile in the root (workspace) directory and run it for all of the packages?
Kashyap Patel
@kashpatel
Hello all, Can someone please help me understand why pnpm installs four directories of a same package when I have pnpmOveride set for a package. For example I have this in the root package.json "pnpm": {
"overrides": {
"theme-provider": "3.2.4"
}
}
image.jpg
This is what I see in the node_modules.
Deleted node_modules and pnpm-lock files many times before fresh install.
Sam Jones
@ollwenjones
feel like I'm missing something really dumb here, switching from yarn 1 to pnpm 6.x
two packages side by side kind of deep in a workspace, Package A has a bunch of webpack config stuff, and package B is basically just a TypeScript compile.
However, package B tsc fails on a PILE of webpack related dependencies from Package A.
Eugene Krayni
@eakray
does pnpm support nested workspaces like yarn? I have a number of monorepos i'd like to consolidate into one. Can I nest them or would I have to flatten them, i.e. bring all packages up to the top level?
Eugene Krayni
@eakray
i guess this place is dead
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st-clair-clarke
@st-clair-clarke
@eakray Yes, it is dead here for quite sometime. Hop over to Discord, it is quite active there!
Sam Blowes
@blowsie

Hi All, Im having issues with pnpm link not working

pnpm unlink
cd package dir
pnpm link --global
cd project dir
pnpm link --global @the.package/name
pnpm i 
 > @the.package/name is not in the npm registry, or you have no permission to fetch it.

Is anyone able to see what im doing wrong?

Azeem Haider
@AxeemHaider

I'm trying to use pnpm in my Dockerfile I have one dependency which is installed from GitHub, Problem with pnpm is it is not able to access the yarn package, I think some kind of permission problem.

Error:
The command '/bin/sh -c pnpm install' returned a non-zero code: 1

Here is my Dockerfile

FROM node:alpine

RUN npm install -g pnpm

WORKDIR /app

COPY ["package.json", "pnpm-lock.yaml", "./"]

RUN pnpm install

COPY . .

RUN pnpm build

ENV PORT=8080

EXPOSE 80

CMD [ "node", "./build/index.js" ]
Azeem Haider
@AxeemHaider

Complete error

ERR_PNPM_PREPARE_PKG_FAILURE  Command failed with exit code 1: /usr/local/bin/yarn install

Eunknight
@Eunknight
npm i -D test@"^3.0.0" is "test": "^3.0.1"
pnpm i -D test@"^3.0.0" is "test": "3.0.0",
is bug?
pnpm i -D test@"~3.0.0" is "test": "~3.0.0",
suds
@suds-sky

Hello 👋 . I am using nrwl/nx monorepo with pnpm. During pnpm install I am getting error EISDIR: illegal operation on a directory, read and I have no clue what could be an issue. Is there a way to get the stack trace to debug this issue and fix it. Btw, Has anyone seen this error before and fixed it.

Env:
Mac OS
❯ node -v
v16.17.0
❯ pnpm -v
7.13.5

shae
@shammahatdivvy
Anyone have any familiarity with node-gyp in alpine containers? When running 7.14.0 I get this when attempting to install libpq: libpq@1.8.12/node_modules/libpq install: sh: node-gyp: not found and when running pnpm 6.11.0 I get libpq@1.8.12/node_modules/libpq install: sh: node-gyp: Permission denied
Fernando López Guevara
@fernandolguevara:matrix.org
[m]
morning, I'm trying to run pnpm i and I'm getting this error message ERR_SOCKET_TIMEOUT, does anyone know if the npmjs registry is having issues?
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Robbie Plankenhorn
@rplankenhorn
For a pnpm workspace, is there a lifecycle script that runs at the root level after the workspace packages? I'm trying to use postinstall but the root workspace postinstall runs before the nested packages.
qannouf oualid
@qannoufoualid
Hello, please can anybody give me the equivalent of this yarn command in pnpm :pray:, i'm migrating from yarn to pnpm and this command is used to deploy a snapshot version without git tag
pnpm publish --no-git-tag-version dist/my-library --non-interactive --new-version=9.5.1-oualid-TEMP-SNAPSHOT --registry=https://nexus.zac.my-npm-snapshots/