synp - Convert yarn.lock to package-lock.json and vice versa

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Convert yarn.lock to package-lock.json and vice versa. Note: if all you need is to convert in this direction (package-lock.json => yarn.lock), as of 1.7.0, Yarn is able to import its dependency tree from npm’s package-lock.json natively, without external tools. Use the yarn import command.

https://github.com/imsnif/synp

Dependencies:

@yarnpkg/lockfile : ^1.1.0
bash-glob : ^2.0.0
colors : ^1.4.0
commander : ^7.2.0
eol : ^0.9.1
lodash : 4.17.21
nmtree : ^1.0.6
semver : ^7.3.5
sort-object-keys : ^1.1.3

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