.bin folder without using symbolic links


(André) #1

I’m using npm in a Linux VM on a file system from the Windows host.

Since it does not support symbolic links, I run npm install from windows. But now there is a package that compiles binaries so it does not run in Linux. To avoid creating symbolic links in Linux I can use the --no-bin-links option. But it will create no .bin folder at all. The windows version of npm creates a .bin folder without using symbolic links. It contains script files that can be used in both Windows and Linux!

How can I create a .bin folder containing scripts with the Linux version of npm?


(system) #2

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