In premise, I support what you're doing here, Ruy... developers need funding to help support the work they are doing. However, in practice, I don't necessarily want to see this advertisement every time I run an npm command... primarily because it distracts from a more important message I'm looking for, indicating which packages are vulnerable and need updates.
I need a way to turn this off, please.
Worry not @crates
, early on the RFC process we realized that would be an important requirement and we shipped it since v6.13.0 with the support to a fund config that allows users to mute the post-install message.
There are multiple ways you can toggle it:
Thanks for the comment, that can def be useful to other people 😊
Thanks so much for the quick response... like any true hacker, I read the docs and inferred this for myself, and I can confirm that it's working fine for me. Thanks again for your awesome contributions. Keep up the good work bruv!
fund=false in .npmrc local to a project didn't work, still shows packages looking for funding message
Adding --no-fund for npm ci in Dockerfile did work
node -v -> v16.14.2
npm -v -> 8.10.0
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