Node.js virtual environment
nodeenv (node.js virtual environment) is a tool to create
isolated node.js environments.
It creates an environment that has its own installation directories that doesn't share libraries with other node.js virtual environments.
Also the new environment can be integrated with the environment which was built by virtualenv (python).
If you use nodeenv feel free to add your project on wiki: Who-Uses-Nodeenv.
You can install nodeenv globally with easy_install:
$ sudo easy_install nodeenv
or with pip:
$ sudo pip install nodeenv
or on Debian using dpkg:
$ ln -s debian-upstream debian $ dpkg-buildpackage -uc -us -b $ sudo dpkg -i $(ls -1rt ../nodeenv_*.deb | tail -n1)
Why things like these exist, if we can create deterministic isolated environment by just using NPM?
This reminds me of this funny meme:
po5iWhy?21:38 PM - 07 Jun 2020