How to use the @pnpm/package-store.default function in @pnpm/package-store

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github pnpm / pnpm / packages / server / example / server.js View on Github external
async function main() {
  const registry = 'https://registry.npmjs.org/'
  const rawConfig = { registry }
  const store = '.store'
  const resolve = createResolver({
    rawConfig,
    store,
    metaCache: new Map(),
  })
  const fetchers = createFetcher({
    alwaysAuth: true,
    registry,
    strictSsl: true,
    rawConfig,
  })
  const storeCtrl = await createStore(resolve, fetchers, {
    networkConcurrency: 1,
    store,
  })

  const port = 5813
  const hostname = '127.0.0.1';
  const server = createServer(storeCtrl, {
    port,
    hostname,
  })

  process.on('exit', () => server.close())
}

@pnpm/package-store

A storage for packages

MIT
Latest version published 12 days ago

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