How to use @pnpm/git-resolver - 1 common examples

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github pnpm / pnpm / packages / default-resolver / src / index.ts View on Github external
export default function createResolver (
  pnpmOpts: ResolverFactoryOptions,
): ResolveFunction {
  const resolveFromNpm = createResolveFromNpm(pnpmOpts)
  const resolveFromGit = createResolveFromGit(pnpmOpts)
  return async (wantedDependency, opts) => {
    const resolution = await resolveFromNpm(wantedDependency, opts as ResolveFromNpmOptions)
      || wantedDependency.pref && (
        await resolveFromTarball(wantedDependency as {pref: string})
        || await resolveFromGit(wantedDependency as {pref: string})
        || await resolveFromLocal(wantedDependency as {pref: string}, opts)
      )
    if (!resolution) {
      throw new Error(`Cannot resolve ${wantedDependency.alias ? wantedDependency.alias + '@' : ''}${wantedDependency.pref} packages not supported`)
    }
    return resolution
  }
}

@pnpm/git-resolver

Resolver for git-hosted packages

MIT
Latest version published 9 days ago

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