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Thoughts on implementing package management for my project
It uses a node-style require system to allow code to be split up into libraries, so it would make a lot of sense to be able to publish these libraries to a package manager, and it seems utterly stupid to build your own package manager when evidently npm already exists and does the job well.
Is there a straightforward way to do such a thing without having to run a “private” repo for code specific for this project? I’ve thought of things like devDependencies and peerDependencies, but that would require the package author to specifically flag their project as compatible with their tool, whereas I really want to be able to do that in reverse
Is there a way to create a curated “playlist” of known compatible modules, perhaps?
We’ve actually talked before about having curated lists on the website that people can follow. This is just another cool example of why it would be useful!
@zkat I can see an awesome-npm repo where we curate that list!?