Recently I ran into following cryptic error:
❯ yarn start yarn run v1.22.17 $ ember serve Cannot find module 'error/typed' Require stack: - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/body/any.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/tiny-lr/src/server.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/tiny-lr/src/index.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/ember-cli/lib/tasks/server/livereload-server.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/ember-cli/lib/tasks/server/express-server.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/ember-cli/lib/tasks/serve.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/ember-cli/lib/utilities/require-as-hash.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/ember-cli/lib/cli/index.js - /Users/michal/ember/ember-intl-changeset-validations/node_modules/ember-cli/bin/ember Stack Trace and Error Report: /var/folders/8q/yrjx_8s115q43r8w5qd90_m00000gn/T/error.dump.05e840f2a302d50fe17fbb9a71055219.log error Command failed with exit code 1. info Visit https://yarnpkg.com/en/docs/cli/run for documentation about this command.
No good results on Google and weird behaviour when even rolling back to previous (working) commit did not help made me experiment and conclude that there are only two things that could help.
How to fix
Often times the cruft accumulated in
yarn.lock makes the whole project go boom. yarn-deduplicate can potentially help with this. Seen this in few instances, but(!) this did not fix the problem in my case.
❯ trash node_modules ❯ yarn global add yarn-deduplicate ❯ yarn-deduplicate ❯ yarn ❯ yarn start yarn run v1.22.17 $ ember serve Build successful (19933ms) – Serving on http://localhost:4200/
This method worked for me.
❯ trash node_modules ❯ trash yarn.lock ❯ yarn ❯ yarn start yarn run v1.22.17 $ ember serve Build successful (19933ms) – Serving on http://localhost:4200/
The trash command is an OSX utility for moving files or folder to the trash and you can replace it by calling
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I did not expect this article to help me so soon 🥲
-the author of the article-