Hi all, if I have a local project, and move it to other installations, it there a way to install the project dependencies listed in the project package.json from the command line?
you should be able to just run
npm install in that directory.
But that installs the packages in projects/foo/node_modules. Dont they need to be in the main ~/.node-red/node_modules?
Hi! I tried to run
npm install on the project folder (/data/projects/project-name/ for the docker images), but it doesn't add the required modules to the project, it generates a node_modules folder with the dependencies inside it, but it doesn't show as installed on the dashboard, and the custom nodes are still shown as "unknown".
Am I missing something? Is the procedure different on the Docker images?
Can we have someone come back to this! This solution does not add the nodes from your project dependencies and freezes up your editor by re-adding all of your node-modules in your projects folder and overloads the git integration. Please help me to figure out how to get the
npm install working for a git projects folder.
You should run the command in your
.node-red folder, not the project folder.
I see that you have asked this question in a new thread. I am closing this one as it is a year old.