OK whereas if you have no locally installed soso, it will pick the system node-soso.
I don't know much of the ruby world. But that looks like the same as you get in python, when you pass the --system-site-packages option to virtualenv. By default virtualenv is completely isolated from the global site-packages. Paolo On 23/11/2016 15:52, Jérémy Lal wrote: > 2016-11-23 15:45 GMT+01:00 Paolo Greppi <paolo.gre...@libpf.com>: >> On 23/11/2016 14:57, Jonas Smedegaard wrote: >>> Npm is an *alternative* to using Debian packaged nodejs code. >>> >>> Users of Debian cannot tell anything about how same or similar tasks >>> could be solved using Debian, because they evidently stopped trying. >> Jonas, >> >> I beg to slightly differ on the point below. >> >> I think of npm or yarn/yarnpkg as the equivalent for the nodejs >> ecosystem of python virtualenv. There are workflows where you'd want to >> maintain a certain configuration of a webapp, phonegap app or website >> using a local set of modules / pinned versions. >> >> Getting npm / yarn into Debian is a high priority task to expand the >> Debian user base. >> If we have those, from there on all the web developers of the world can >> run npm without the -g option and maintain their projects as they like, >> possibly using a mixture of globally installed binaries and locally >> installed modules. >> >> Paolo > > Ha right, about that: > currently (for fear we would make a big mess) if you install > debian package node-soso and then in a project you do > `npm install soso` > it *will* pull soso module from npmjs repository. > > Any other behavior should be provided by a package > npm-integration (like rubygems-integration). > > Jérémy > >
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