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Package manager

A package manager is a set of tools that automates and manages computer software. They deal with packages, or collections, of bundled files. Package managers make it easy to install, upgrade, or remove software for a computer's operating system.

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sabrinaluo
sabrinaluo commented Jun 5, 2019

Do you want to request a feature or report a bug?
feature request

What is the current behavior?
Currently yarn why won't indicate any package info in the resolutions field

If the current behavior is a bug, please provide the steps to reproduce.

  1. install a package with any version, e.g "pkg": "^1.0.0"
  2. add resolutions field in package.json, pkg: "1.0.0"
  3. upd
danieleades
danieleades commented May 30, 2022

We should audit Poetry's dependencies to ensure they are rock solid.

Some of the dependencies could do with a refresh-

Dependency maintained?/last updated notes
cachy 7/8/19 some tidying required. No type annotations. Deps out of date
entrypoints unmaintained ~~this dep should be replaced wit
Good First Issue Dependency
pnpm
cli
Dionysusnu
Dionysusnu commented Dec 30, 2021

Hooks for scopes get a double prefix, ie @@scope, when shown with the npm hook ls command. This is due to the response from the web request already including the prefix in the name field, and the following lines of code then locally adding the prefix again, duplicating it.

Good First Issue Release 8.x Bug
a-kryuk
a-kryuk commented Oct 6, 2021

When I try to 'conan install' version-range-based requirements for a package from a GitLab remote package repository, I get an unhelpful Python message "ERROR: 'NoneType' object is not iterable." I believe it's triggered by some faulty implementation on the GitLab repository side, but it would be helpful if Conan provided a more specific indication of the error cause.
My example conanfile.py:
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pauldraper
pauldraper commented Jan 17, 2022

Self-service

  • I'd be willing to implement a fix

Describe the bug

yarn info --virtuals doesn't show the dependencies of virtual packages.

To reproduce

package.json

{
  "dependencies": {
    "webpack": "5.66.0"
  }
}

Run

yarn install
yarn info --virtuals webpack

The output shows

├─ webpack@npm:5.66.0
│  ├─ Instan
bug good first issue upholded
athens
arschles
arschles commented Nov 13, 2019

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.

Not related to a problem

Describe the solution you'd like

We opened #808 to discuss how we might use GitHub actions. At the time, this repo didn't have actions enabled. Now that it does, we should try them out for some of the things in that thread.

_Edit from @arschles - we have focused this issue to just the twitte

good first issue
deivid-rodriguez
deivid-rodriguez commented Dec 13, 2021

Describe the problem as clearly as you can

If any error occurs during gem package fetching, bundler will always retry it. But many errors will keep happening again and again, and once bundler gives up, it will give a less informative error.

Did you try upgrading rubygems & bundler?

Yes.

Post steps to reproduce the problem

You can follow the steps to reproduce #5160.

shahzebsiddiqui
shahzebsiddiqui commented Jun 22, 2020

Currently spack does not support the following packages, all of these packages are installed outside of Spack at Cori, we would like to get support for these packages if possible.

Wikipedia
Wikipedia