It is still true that Node-RED has a binary module dependency (
bcrypt) that will fall back to the less efficient
bcryptjs if it fails to load.
When you change Node.js version you should run
npm rebuild on any node_modules folders you have installed with the old version - just in case there's something in there that needs rebuilding.
OK, thanks. Does it fail silently or is there a message in the startup log?
Sadly this is nowhere near as usable. The function-npm would load modules dynamically, not require them to be specified and loaded in settings.js
Is that possible in V3 ?
Node red version 2 and version 3 do not require you to put anything in settings.js. just enter the module name in the settings tab and deploy.
Thanks, I just found this live twitch thingy with @knolleary then I found it in the 2.0 release notes!
Looks like Writing Functions : Node-RED (nodered.org) needs an update
Isn't life grand?
Moral: try not to upgrade 2 versions at once...
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