On Wednesday 02 November 2016 03:50 PM, shana...@disroot.org wrote:
> Does debian allow installation of multiple version of same npm module
> via package manager ?.
> 
> If not how will debian manage version conflicts like module a requires
> module c@1 and module b requires c@2 ?

We'll update module a to use c@2. As a last resort we can add version
number to the package like node-c1, node-c2 or embed c@1 in a or embed
c@2 in b, but that is really a last resort.

I think the question was triggered by this
https://github.com/jonschlinkert/global-modules/issues/5

Is there a way we can distinguish if the module is accessed via npm or
native debian nodejs?

The command name always seem to be nodejs and node is a symlink to nodejs.

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