table of contents
- bullseye 7.5.2+ds-2
- bullseye-backports 8.5.5~ds1-1~bpo11+1
- testing 9.1.3~ds1-1
- unstable 9.2.0~ds1-1
|NPM-PRUNE(1)||General Commands Manual||NPM-PRUNE(1)|
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This command removes "extraneous" packages. If a package
name is provided,
then only packages matching one of the supplied names are removed.
Extraneous packages are those present in the node_modules
folder that are
not listed as any package's dependency list.
If the --production flag is specified or the
variable is set to production, this command will remove the packages
specified in your devDependencies. Setting --no-production will negate
NODE_ENV being set to production.
If the --dry-run flag is used then no changes will actually be made.
If the --json flag is used, then the changes npm
prune made (or would
have made with --dry-run) are printed as a JSON object.
In normal operation, extraneous modules are pruned automatically,
only need this command with the --production flag. However, in the real
world, operation is not always "normal". When crashes or mistakes happen,
this command can help clean up any resulting garbage.
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- npm uninstall
- npm folders
- npm ls