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patch-package - Fix broken node modules with no fuss 📦👌

  •    TypeScript

patch-package lets app authors instantly make and keep fixes to npm dependencies. It's a vital band-aid for those of us living on the bleeding edge. Patches created by patch-package are automatically and gracefully applied when you use npm(>=5) or yarn.

postcss-import - PostCSS plugin to inline @import rules content

  •    Javascript

PostCSS plugin to transform @import rules by inlining content.This plugin can consume local files, node modules or web_modules. To resolve path of an @import rule, it can look into root directory (by default process.cwd()), web_modules, node_modules or local modules. When importing a module, it will look for index.css or file referenced in package.json in the style or main fields. You can also provide manually multiples paths where to look at.

flatn - flat node dependencies

  •    Javascript

flat node dependencies (flatn) is a nodejs package organizer that supports flat directory structures for nodejs package dependencies. flatn was created to allow npm packages being used together with SystemJS and lively.modules while maintaining compatibility with node.js modules at the same time. flatn installs packages into one or multiple directories and tells nodejs how to resolve packages in there so normal require(...) statements work.

global-modules - The directory used by npm for globally installed npm modules.

  •    Javascript

The directory used by npm for globally installed npm modules. Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

node-prune - Easily pruning unneeded files from node_modules folder

  •    Shell

Easily pruning unneeded files from node_modules. Original script written by gpittarelli and neophob.

strict-import - Prevent `require` from searching upwards for required modules

  •    Javascript

The require() algorithm works by searching for a node_modules directory with your required module from the current directory and upwards until it reaches the system root directory. This means that if you have nested projects, and have a module called foo installed at the top-level, the sub-projects can also import foo without installing it. While useful in some cases, it can also cause problems.

add-node-modules-path - Adds the node_modules/

  •    Emacs

This file provides add-node-modules-path, which searches the current files parent directories for the node_modules/.bin/ directory and adds it to the buffer local exec-path. This allows Emacs to find project based installs of e.g. eslint.

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