1.2.0 • Published 2 years ago

@blackpepper/enforce v1.2.0

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@blackpepper/enforce

Verify an npm environment is as expected before install.

Installation

Setup via an npm preinstall script. For example:

package.json:

{
  "scripts": {
    "preinstall": "ENFORCE_VERSION=1.2.0; ENFORCE_DIR=\"$HOME/.npm/enforce/$ENFORCE_VERSION\"; 
\"$ENFORCE_DIR/bin/enforce\" present || npm i -g --prefix=\"$ENFORCE_DIR\"
@blackpepper/enforce@$ENFORCE_VERSION || exit 1; PATH=\"$ENFORCE_DIR/bin:$PATH\"; 
enforce --npm --registry http://my.com/registry/"
  }
}

You can reduce configuration, or use an organisation-wide enforce script, by pulling it down from a known location.

package.json:

{
  "scripts": {
    "preinstall": "curl -s http://my.com/enforce/config | bash"
  }
}

Options

--npm [version]

--no-npm

Enforce, or prohibit, the use of npm as a package manager.

In the --npm form, resolution of the optional version argument uses semver.

$ enforce --npm
$ enforce --npm ">=6.9.0"
$ enforce --no-npm

--yarn [version]

--no-yarn

Enforce, or prohibit, the use of yarn as a package manager.

In the --yarn form, resolution of the optional version argument uses semver.

$ enforce --yarn
$ enforce --yarn ">=1.12.3"
$ enforce --no-yarn

--registry

Enforce the use of a given registry.

$ enforce --registry http://my.com/registry/

present

Convenience command to verify enforce is installed. Just terminates normally with a zero exit code.

$ enforce present
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