re: The node_modules problem VIEW POST

VIEW FULL DISCUSSION
 

It’s a fun rant but I can’t follow it. You assert that deep dependencies are bad, but... why? Because they take a long time to copy?

I think node community has birthed a mindset to provide reusable code that’s really small, targeted, and does just what you need. It can be a mess sometimes sure, but so is dependency management in other languages. What node does is kind of beautiful IMO.

 

What Jackson Pollock did was also kind of beautiful.

code of conduct - report abuse