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Re: Is there a NPM importer?

From: Julien Lepiller
Subject: Re: Is there a NPM importer?
Date: Mon, 18 May 2020 17:00:06 -0400
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Le 18 mai 2020 16:48:24 GMT-04:00, divoplade <address@hidden> a écrit :
>Le lundi 18 mai 2020 à 16:21 -0400, Julien Lepiller a écrit :
>> When considering build-time dependencies, there are many cycles that
>> makes an importer almost impossible to create. There is some code
>> that works (at least it used to work) when you don't need a recursive
>> import, but it would be useless because most packages require
>> thousands of packages at build time.
>I am trying to know if it would be feasible to package rdflib and
>solid-auth-client. Debian has managed to do some work about it 
>, I don't know
>how good it is.
>When I pull them, npm says it 'added 144 packages'.
>I am not an expert in npm, but if I install whatever is under
>node_modules, I reach a convergence at 194 packages.
>I am not sure how to count the build packages, but I like the idea of
>discarding tests and minifiers. Maybe that would help.
>So, is the framagit version the latest work? 

194 is only the count for runtime packages. We might be lucky and no other 
package might be needed.

The framagit version is my latest work, but I think there is more recent work 
elsewhere. I don't remember where exactly though.

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