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npm-adduser - Add a registry user account
npm adduser aliases: login, add-user
Note: This command is unaware of workspaces.
Create or verify a user named <username> in the specified registry, and save the credentials to the .npmrc file. If no registry is specified, the default registry will be used (see npm help config).
The username, password, and email are read in from prompts.
To reset your password, go to https://www.npmjs.com/forgot
To change your email address, go to https://www.npmjs.com/email-edit
You may use this command multiple times with the same user account to authorize on a new machine. When authenticating on a new machine, the username, password and email address must all match with your existing record.
npm login is an alias to adduser and behaves exactly the same way.
- Default: "https://registry.npmjs.org/"
- Type: URL
The base URL of the npm registry.
- Default: the scope of the current project, if any, or ""
- Type: String
Associate an operation with a scope for a scoped registry.
Useful when logging in to or out of a private registry:
# log in, linking the scope to the custom registry npm login --scope=@mycorp --registry=https://registry.mycorp.com # log out, removing the link and the auth token npm logout --scope=@mycorp
This will cause @mycorp to be mapped to the registry for future installation of packages specified according to the pattern @mycorp/package.
This will also cause npm init to create a scoped package.
# accept all defaults, and create a package named "@foo/whatever", # instead of just named "whatever" npm init --scope=@foo --yes
- npm help registry
- npm help config
- npm help npmrc
- npm help owner
- npm help whoami
- npm help token
- npm help profile