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From xingwei...@apache.org
Subject [10/51] [partial] incubator-cmda git commit: Update ApacheCMDA_1.0
Date Fri, 16 Oct 2015 23:11:44 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-cmda/blob/a9a83675/ApacheCMDA_Backend_1.0/project/target/node-modules/webjars/npm/lib/config.js
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diff --git a/ApacheCMDA_Backend_1.0/project/target/node-modules/webjars/npm/lib/config.js b/ApacheCMDA_Backend_1.0/project/target/node-modules/webjars/npm/lib/config.js
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+
+module.exports = config
+
+config.usage = "npm config set <key> <value>"
+             + "\nnpm config get [<key>]"
+             + "\nnpm config delete <key>"
+             + "\nnpm config list"
+             + "\nnpm config edit"
+             + "\nnpm set <key> <value>"
+             + "\nnpm get [<key>]"
+
+var log = require("npmlog")
+  , npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , spawn = require("child_process").spawn
+  , fs = require("graceful-fs")
+  , npmconf = require("npmconf")
+  , types = npmconf.defs.types
+  , ini = require("ini")
+  , editor = require("editor")
+  , os = require("os")
+
+config.completion = function (opts, cb) {
+  var argv = opts.conf.argv.remain
+  if (argv[1] !== "config") argv.unshift("config")
+  if (argv.length === 2) {
+    var cmds = ["get", "set", "delete", "ls", "rm", "edit"]
+    if (opts.partialWord !== "l") cmds.push("list")
+    return cb(null, cmds)
+  }
+
+  var action = argv[2]
+  switch (action) {
+    case "set":
+      // todo: complete with valid values, if possible.
+      if (argv.length > 3) return cb(null, [])
+      // fallthrough
+    case "get":
+    case "delete":
+    case "rm":
+      return cb(null, Object.keys(types))
+    case "edit":
+    case "list": case "ls":
+      return cb(null, [])
+    default: return cb(null, [])
+  }
+}
+
+// npm config set key value
+// npm config get key
+// npm config list
+function config (args, cb) {
+  var action = args.shift()
+  switch (action) {
+    case "set": return set(args[0], args[1], cb)
+    case "get": return get(args[0], cb)
+    case "delete": case "rm": case "del": return del(args[0], cb)
+    case "list": case "ls": return list(cb)
+    case "edit": return edit(cb)
+    default: return unknown(action, cb)
+  }
+}
+
+function edit (cb) {
+  var e = npm.config.get("editor")
+    , which = npm.config.get("global") ? "global" : "user"
+    , f = npm.config.get(which + "config")
+  if (!e) return cb(new Error("No EDITOR config or environ set."))
+  npm.config.save(which, function (er) {
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    fs.readFile(f, "utf8", function (er, data) {
+      if (er) data = ""
+      data = [ ";;;;"
+             , "; npm "+(npm.config.get("global") ?
+                         "globalconfig" : "userconfig")+" file"
+             , "; this is a simple ini-formatted file"
+             , "; lines that start with semi-colons are comments."
+             , "; read `npm help config` for help on the various options"
+             , ";;;;"
+             , ""
+             , data
+             ].concat( [ ";;;;"
+                       , "; all options with default values"
+                       , ";;;;"
+                       ]
+                     )
+              .concat(Object.keys(npmconf.defaults).reduce(function (arr, key) {
+                var obj = {};
+                obj[key] = npmconf.defaults[key]
+                if (key === "logstream") return arr
+                return arr.concat(
+                  ini.stringify(obj)
+                    .replace(/\n$/m, '')
+                    .replace(/^/g, '; ')
+                    .replace(/\n/g, '\n; ')
+                    .split('\n'))
+              }, []))
+              .concat([""])
+              .join(os.EOL)
+      fs.writeFile
+        ( f
+        , data
+        , "utf8"
+        , function (er) {
+            if (er) return cb(er)
+            editor(f, { editor: e }, cb)
+          }
+        )
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function del (key, cb) {
+  if (!key) return cb(new Error("no key provided"))
+  var where = npm.config.get("global") ? "global" : "user"
+  npm.config.del(key, where)
+  npm.config.save(where, cb)
+}
+
+function set (key, val, cb) {
+  if (key === undefined) {
+    return unknown("", cb)
+  }
+  if (val === undefined) {
+    if (key.indexOf("=") !== -1) {
+      var k = key.split("=")
+      key = k.shift()
+      val = k.join("=")
+    } else {
+      val = ""
+    }
+  }
+  key = key.trim()
+  val = val.trim()
+  log.info("config", "set %j %j", key, val)
+  var where = npm.config.get("global") ? "global" : "user"
+  npm.config.set(key, val, where)
+  npm.config.save(where, cb)
+}
+
+function get (key, cb) {
+  if (!key) return list(cb)
+  if (key.charAt(0) === "_") {
+    return cb(new Error("---sekretz---"))
+  }
+  console.log(npm.config.get(key))
+  cb()
+}
+
+function sort (a, b) {
+  return a > b ? 1 : -1
+}
+
+function reverse (a, b) {
+  return a > b ? -1 : 1
+}
+
+function public (k) {
+  return !(k.charAt(0) === "_" || types[k] !== types[k])
+}
+
+function getKeys (data) {
+  return Object.keys(data).filter(public).sort(sort)
+}
+
+function list (cb) {
+  var msg = ""
+    , long = npm.config.get("long")
+
+  var cli = npm.config.sources.cli.data
+    , cliKeys = getKeys(cli)
+  if (cliKeys.length) {
+    msg += "; cli configs\n"
+    cliKeys.forEach(function (k) {
+      if (cli[k] && typeof cli[k] === "object") return
+      if (k === "argv") return
+      msg += k + " = " + JSON.stringify(cli[k]) + "\n"
+    })
+    msg += "\n"
+  }
+
+  // env configs
+  var env = npm.config.sources.env.data
+    , envKeys = getKeys(env)
+  if (envKeys.length) {
+    msg += "; environment configs\n"
+    envKeys.forEach(function (k) {
+      if (env[k] !== npm.config.get(k)) {
+        if (!long) return
+        msg += "; " + k + " = " + JSON.stringify(env[k])
+            + " (overridden)\n"
+      } else msg += k + " = " + JSON.stringify(env[k]) + "\n"
+    })
+    msg += "\n"
+  }
+
+  // user config file
+  var uconf = npm.config.sources.user.data
+    , uconfKeys = getKeys(uconf)
+  if (uconfKeys.length) {
+    msg += "; userconfig " + npm.config.get("userconfig") + "\n"
+    uconfKeys.forEach(function (k) {
+      var val = (k.charAt(0) === "_")
+              ? "---sekretz---"
+              : JSON.stringify(uconf[k])
+      if (uconf[k] !== npm.config.get(k)) {
+        if (!long) return
+        msg += "; " + k + " = " + val
+            + " (overridden)\n"
+      } else msg += k + " = " + val + "\n"
+    })
+    msg += "\n"
+  }
+
+  // global config file
+  var gconf = npm.config.sources.global.data
+    , gconfKeys = getKeys(gconf)
+  if (gconfKeys.length) {
+    msg += "; globalconfig " + npm.config.get("globalconfig") + "\n"
+    gconfKeys.forEach(function (k) {
+      var val = (k.charAt(0) === "_")
+              ? "---sekretz---"
+              : JSON.stringify(gconf[k])
+      if (gconf[k] !== npm.config.get(k)) {
+        if (!long) return
+        msg += "; " + k + " = " + val
+            + " (overridden)\n"
+      } else msg += k + " = " + val + "\n"
+    })
+    msg += "\n"
+  }
+
+  // builtin config file
+  var builtin = npm.config.sources.builtin || {}
+  if (builtin && builtin.data) {
+    var bconf = builtin.data
+      , bpath = builtin.path
+      , bconfKeys = getKeys(bconf)
+    if (bconfKeys.length) {
+      var path = require("path")
+      msg += "; builtin config " + bpath + "\n"
+      bconfKeys.forEach(function (k) {
+        var val = (k.charAt(0) === "_")
+                ? "---sekretz---"
+                : JSON.stringify(bconf[k])
+        if (bconf[k] !== npm.config.get(k)) {
+          if (!long) return
+          msg += "; " + k + " = " + val
+              + " (overridden)\n"
+        } else msg += k + " = " + val + "\n"
+      })
+      msg += "\n"
+    }
+  }
+
+  // only show defaults if --long
+  if (!long) {
+    msg += "; node bin location = " + process.execPath + "\n"
+         + "; cwd = " + process.cwd() + "\n"
+         + "; HOME = " + process.env.HOME + "\n"
+         + "; 'npm config ls -l' to show all defaults.\n"
+
+    console.log(msg)
+    return cb()
+  }
+
+  var defaults = npmconf.defaults
+    , defKeys = getKeys(defaults)
+  msg += "; default values\n"
+  defKeys.forEach(function (k) {
+    if (defaults[k] && typeof defaults[k] === "object") return
+    var val = JSON.stringify(defaults[k])
+    if (defaults[k] !== npm.config.get(k)) {
+      msg += "; " + k + " = " + val
+          + " (overridden)\n"
+    } else msg += k + " = " + val + "\n"
+  })
+  msg += "\n"
+
+  console.log(msg)
+  return cb()
+}
+
+function unknown (action, cb) {
+  cb("Usage:\n" + config.usage)
+}

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+// traverse the node_modules/package.json tree
+// looking for duplicates.  If any duplicates are found,
+// then move them up to the highest level necessary
+// in order to make them no longer duplicated.
+//
+// This is kind of ugly, and really highlights the need for
+// much better "put pkg X at folder Y" abstraction.  Oh well,
+// whatever.  Perfect enemy of the good, and all that.
+
+var fs = require("fs")
+var asyncMap = require("slide").asyncMap
+var path = require("path")
+var readJson = require("read-package-json")
+var archy = require("archy")
+var util = require("util")
+var RegClient = require("npm-registry-client")
+var npmconf = require("npmconf")
+var semver = require("semver")
+var rimraf = require("rimraf")
+var log = require("npmlog")
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+
+module.exports = dedupe
+
+dedupe.usage = "npm dedupe [pkg pkg...]"
+
+function dedupe (args, silent, cb) {
+  if (typeof silent === "function") cb = silent, silent = false
+  var dryrun = false
+  if (npm.command.match(/^find/)) dryrun = true
+  return dedupe_(npm.prefix, args, {}, dryrun, silent, cb)
+}
+
+function dedupe_ (dir, filter, unavoidable, dryrun, silent, cb) {
+  readInstalled(path.resolve(dir), {}, null, function (er, data, counter) {
+    if (er) {
+      return cb(er)
+    }
+
+    if (!data) {
+      return cb()
+    }
+
+    // find out which things are dupes
+    var dupes = Object.keys(counter || {}).filter(function (k) {
+      if (filter.length && -1 === filter.indexOf(k)) return false
+      return counter[k] > 1 && !unavoidable[k]
+    }).reduce(function (s, k) {
+      s[k] = []
+      return s
+    }, {})
+
+    // any that are unavoidable need to remain as they are.  don't even
+    // try to touch them or figure it out.  Maybe some day, we can do
+    // something a bit more clever here, but for now, just skip over it,
+    // and all its children.
+    ;(function U (obj) {
+      if (unavoidable[obj.name]) {
+        obj.unavoidable = true
+      }
+      if (obj.parent && obj.parent.unavoidable) {
+        obj.unavoidable = true
+      }
+      Object.keys(obj.children).forEach(function (k) {
+        U(obj.children[k])
+      })
+    })
+
+    // then collect them up and figure out who needs them
+    ;(function C (obj) {
+      if (dupes[obj.name] && !obj.unavoidable) {
+        dupes[obj.name].push(obj)
+        obj.duplicate = true
+      }
+      obj.dependents = whoDepends(obj)
+      Object.keys(obj.children).forEach(function (k) {
+        C(obj.children[k])
+      })
+    })(data)
+
+    if (dryrun) {
+      var k = Object.keys(dupes)
+      if (!k.length) return cb()
+      return npm.commands.ls(k, silent, cb)
+    }
+
+    var summary = Object.keys(dupes).map(function (n) {
+      return [n, dupes[n].filter(function (d) {
+        return d && d.parent && !d.parent.duplicate && !d.unavoidable
+      }).map(function M (d) {
+        return [d.path, d.version, d.dependents.map(function (k) {
+          return [k.path, k.version, k.dependencies[d.name] || ""]
+        })]
+      })]
+    }).map(function (item) {
+      var name = item[0]
+      var set = item[1]
+
+      var ranges = set.map(function (i) {
+        return i[2].map(function (d) {
+          return d[2]
+        })
+      }).reduce(function (l, r) {
+        return l.concat(r)
+      }, []).map(function (v, i, set) {
+        if (set.indexOf(v) !== i) return false
+        return v
+      }).filter(function (v) {
+        return v !== false
+      })
+
+      var locs = set.map(function (i) {
+        return i[0]
+      })
+
+      var versions = set.map(function (i) {
+        return i[1]
+      }).filter(function (v, i, set) {
+        return set.indexOf(v) === i
+      })
+
+      var has = set.map(function (i) {
+        return [i[0], i[1]]
+      }).reduce(function (set, kv) {
+        set[kv[0]] = kv[1]
+        return set
+      }, {})
+
+      var loc = locs.length ? locs.reduce(function (a, b) {
+        // a=/path/to/node_modules/foo/node_modules/bar
+        // b=/path/to/node_modules/elk/node_modules/bar
+        // ==/path/to/node_modules/bar
+        var nmReg = new RegExp("\\" + path.sep + "node_modules\\" + path.sep)
+        a = a.split(nmReg)
+        b = b.split(nmReg)
+        var name = a.pop()
+        b.pop()
+        // find the longest chain that both A and B share.
+        // then push the name back on it, and join by /node_modules/
+        var res = []
+        for (var i = 0, al = a.length, bl = b.length; i < al && i < bl && a[i] === b[i]; i++);
+        return a.slice(0, i).concat(name).join(path.sep + "node_modules" + path.sep)
+      }) : undefined
+
+      return [item[0], { item: item
+                       , ranges: ranges
+                       , locs: locs
+                       , loc: loc
+                       , has: has
+                       , versions: versions
+                       }]
+    }).filter(function (i) {
+      return i[1].loc
+    })
+
+    findVersions(npm, summary, function (er, set) {
+      if (er) return cb(er)
+      if (!set.length) return cb()
+      installAndRetest(set, filter, dir, unavoidable, silent, cb)
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function installAndRetest (set, filter, dir, unavoidable, silent, cb) {
+  //return cb(null, set)
+  var remove = []
+
+  asyncMap(set, function (item, cb) {
+    // [name, has, loc, locMatch, regMatch, others]
+    var name = item[0]
+    var has = item[1]
+    var where = item[2]
+    var locMatch = item[3]
+    var regMatch = item[4]
+    var others = item[5]
+
+    // nothing to be done here.  oh well.  just a conflict.
+    if (!locMatch && !regMatch) {
+      log.warn("unavoidable conflict", item[0], item[1])
+      log.warn("unavoidable conflict", "Not de-duplicating")
+      unavoidable[item[0]] = true
+      return cb()
+    }
+
+    // nothing to do except to clean up the extraneous deps
+    if (locMatch && has[where] === locMatch) {
+      remove.push.apply(remove, others)
+      return cb()
+    }
+
+    if (regMatch) {
+      var what = name + "@" + regMatch
+      // where is /path/to/node_modules/foo/node_modules/bar
+      // for package "bar", but we need it to be just
+      // /path/to/node_modules/foo
+      var nmReg = new RegExp("\\" + path.sep + "node_modules\\" + path.sep)
+      where = where.split(nmReg)
+      where.pop()
+      where = where.join(path.sep + "node_modules" + path.sep)
+      remove.push.apply(remove, others)
+
+      return npm.commands.install(where, what, cb)
+    }
+
+    // hrm?
+    return cb(new Error("danger zone\n" + name + " " +
+                        + regMatch + " " + locMatch))
+
+  }, function (er, installed) {
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    asyncMap(remove, rimraf, function (er) {
+      if (er) return cb(er)
+      remove.forEach(function (r) {
+        log.info("rm", r)
+      })
+      dedupe_(dir, filter, unavoidable, false, silent, cb)
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function findVersions (npm, summary, cb) {
+  // now, for each item in the summary, try to find the maximum version
+  // that will satisfy all the ranges.  next step is to install it at
+  // the specified location.
+  asyncMap(summary, function (item, cb) {
+    var name = item[0]
+    var data = item[1]
+    var loc = data.loc
+    var locs = data.locs.filter(function (l) {
+      return l !== loc
+    })
+
+    // not actually a dupe, or perhaps all the other copies were
+    // children of a dupe, so this'll maybe be picked up later.
+    if (locs.length === 0) {
+      return cb(null, [])
+    }
+
+    // { <folder>: <version> }
+    var has = data.has
+
+    // the versions that we already have.
+    // if one of these is ok, then prefer to use that.
+    // otherwise, try fetching from the registry.
+    var versions = data.versions
+
+    var ranges = data.ranges
+    npm.registry.get(name, function (er, data) {
+      var regVersions = er ? [] : Object.keys(data.versions)
+      var locMatch = bestMatch(versions, ranges)
+      var regMatch;
+      var tag = npm.config.get("tag");
+      var distTags = data["dist-tags"];
+      if (distTags && distTags[tag] && data.versions[distTags[tag]]) {
+        regMatch = distTags[tag]
+      } else {
+        regMatch = bestMatch(regVersions, ranges)
+      }
+
+      cb(null, [[name, has, loc, locMatch, regMatch, locs]])
+    })
+  }, cb)
+}
+
+function bestMatch (versions, ranges) {
+  return versions.filter(function (v) {
+    return !ranges.some(function (r) {
+      return !semver.satisfies(v, r, true)
+    })
+  }).sort(semver.compareLoose).pop()
+}
+
+
+function readInstalled (dir, counter, parent, cb) {
+  var pkg, children, realpath
+
+  fs.realpath(dir, function (er, rp) {
+    realpath = rp
+    next()
+  })
+
+  readJson(path.resolve(dir, "package.json"), function (er, data) {
+    if (er && er.code !== "ENOENT" && er.code !== "ENOTDIR") return cb(er)
+    if (er) return cb() // not a package, probably.
+    counter[data.name] = counter[data.name] || 0
+    counter[data.name]++
+    pkg =
+      { _id: data._id
+      , name: data.name
+      , version: data.version
+      , dependencies: data.dependencies || {}
+      , optionalDependencies: data.optionalDependencies || {}
+      , devDependencies: data.devDependencies || {}
+      , bundledDependencies: data.bundledDependencies || []
+      , path: dir
+      , realPath: dir
+      , children: {}
+      , parent: parent
+      , family: Object.create(parent ? parent.family : null)
+      , unavoidable: false
+      , duplicate: false
+      }
+    if (parent) {
+      parent.children[data.name] = pkg
+      parent.family[data.name] = pkg
+    }
+    next()
+  })
+
+  fs.readdir(path.resolve(dir, "node_modules"), function (er, c) {
+    children = c || [] // error is ok, just means no children.
+    children = children.filter(function (p) {
+      return !p.match(/^[\._-]/)
+    })
+    next()
+  })
+
+  function next () {
+    if (!children || !pkg || !realpath) return
+
+    // ignore devDependencies.  Just leave them where they are.
+    children = children.filter(function (c) {
+      return !pkg.devDependencies.hasOwnProperty(c)
+    })
+
+    pkg.realPath = realpath
+    if (pkg.realPath !== pkg.path) children = []
+    var d = path.resolve(dir, "node_modules")
+    asyncMap(children, function (child, cb) {
+      readInstalled(path.resolve(d, child), counter, pkg, cb)
+    }, function (er) {
+      cb(er, pkg, counter)
+    })
+  }
+}
+
+function whoDepends (pkg) {
+  var start = pkg.parent || pkg
+  return whoDepends_(pkg, [], start)
+}
+
+function whoDepends_ (pkg, who, test) {
+  if (test !== pkg &&
+      test.dependencies[pkg.name] &&
+      test.family[pkg.name] === pkg) {
+    who.push(test)
+  }
+  Object.keys(test.children).forEach(function (n) {
+    whoDepends_(pkg, who, test.children[n])
+  })
+  return who
+}
+

http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-cmda/blob/a9a83675/ApacheCMDA_Backend_1.0/project/target/node-modules/webjars/npm/lib/deprecate.js
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+
+module.exports = deprecate
+
+deprecate.usage = "npm deprecate <pkg>[@<version>] <message>"
+
+deprecate.completion = function (opts, cb) {
+  // first, get a list of remote packages this user owns.
+  // once we have a user account, then don't complete anything.
+  var un = npm.config.get("username")
+  if (!npm.config.get("username")) return cb()
+  if (opts.conf.argv.remain.length > 2) return cb()
+  // get the list of packages by user
+  var uri = "/-/by-user/"+encodeURIComponent(un)
+  registry.get(uri, null, 60000, function (er, list) {
+    if (er) return cb()
+    console.error(list)
+    return cb(null, list[un])
+  })
+}
+
+var semver = require("semver")
+  , npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , registry = npm.registry
+
+function deprecate (args, cb) {
+  var pkg = args[0]
+    , msg = args[1]
+  if (msg === undefined) return cb("Usage: " + deprecate.usage)
+  // fetch the data and make sure it exists.
+  pkg = pkg.split(/@/)
+  var name = pkg.shift()
+    , ver = pkg.join("@")
+  if (semver.validRange(ver) === null) {
+    return cb(new Error("invalid version range: "+ver))
+  }
+  registry.get(name, function (er, data) {
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    // filter all the versions that match
+    Object.keys(data.versions).filter(function (v) {
+      return semver.satisfies(v, ver, true)
+    }).forEach(function (v) {
+      data.versions[v].deprecated = msg
+    })
+    // now update the doc on the registry
+    registry.request('PUT', data._id, data, cb)
+  })
+}

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+module.exports = docs
+
+docs.usage  = "npm docs <pkgname>"
+docs.usage += "\n"
+docs.usage += "npm docs ."
+
+docs.completion = function (opts, cb) {
+  registry.get("/-/short", 60000, function (er, list) {
+    return cb(null, list || [])
+  })
+}
+
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , registry = npm.registry
+  , opener = require("opener")
+  , path = require('path')
+  , log = require('npmlog')
+
+function url (json) {
+  return json.homepage ? json.homepage : "https://npmjs.org/package/" + json.name
+}
+
+function docs (args, cb) {
+  args = args || []
+  var pending = args.length
+  if (!pending) return getDoc('.', cb)
+  args.forEach(function(proj) {
+    getDoc(proj, function(err) {
+      if (err) return cb(err)
+      --pending || cb()
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function getDoc (project, cb) {
+  project = project || '.'
+  var package = path.resolve(process.cwd(), "package.json")
+
+  if (project === '.' || project === './') {
+    try {
+      var json = require(package)
+      if (!json.name) throw new Error('package.json does not have a valid "name" property')
+      project = json.name
+    } catch (e) {
+      log.error(e.message)
+      return cb(docs.usage)
+    }
+
+    return opener(url(json), { command: npm.config.get("browser") }, cb)
+  }
+
+  registry.get(project + "/latest", 3600, function (er, json) {
+    var github = "https://github.com/" + project + "#readme"
+
+    if (er) {
+      if (project.split("/").length !== 2) return cb(er)
+      return opener(github, { command: npm.config.get("browser") }, cb)
+    }
+
+    return opener(url(json), { command: npm.config.get("browser") }, cb)
+  })
+}

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+// npm edit <pkg>[@<version>]
+// open the package folder in the $EDITOR
+
+module.exports = edit
+edit.usage = "npm edit <pkg>"
+
+edit.completion = require("./utils/completion/installed-shallow.js")
+
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , spawn = require("child_process").spawn
+  , path = require("path")
+  , fs = require("graceful-fs")
+  , editor = require("editor")
+
+function edit (args, cb) {
+  var p = args[0]
+  if (args.length !== 1 || !p) return cb(edit.usage)
+  var e = npm.config.get("editor")
+  if (!e) return cb(new Error(
+    "No editor set.  Set the 'editor' config, or $EDITOR environ."))
+  p = p.split("/")
+       .join("/node_modules/")
+       .replace(/(\/node_modules)+/, "/node_modules")
+  var f = path.resolve(npm.dir, p)
+  fs.lstat(f, function (er) {
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    editor(f, { editor: e }, function (er) {
+      if (er) return cb(er)
+      npm.commands.rebuild(args, cb)
+    })
+  })
+}

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+// npm explore <pkg>[@<version>]
+// open a subshell to the package folder.
+
+module.exports = explore
+explore.usage = "npm explore <pkg> [ -- <cmd>]"
+explore.completion = require("./utils/completion/installed-shallow.js")
+
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , spawn = require("child_process").spawn
+  , path = require("path")
+  , fs = require("graceful-fs")
+
+function explore (args, cb) {
+  if (args.length < 1 || !args[0]) return cb(explore.usage)
+  var p = args.shift()
+  args = args.join(" ").trim()
+  if (args) args = ["-c", args]
+  else args = []
+
+  var cwd = path.resolve(npm.dir, p)
+  var sh = npm.config.get("shell")
+  fs.stat(cwd, function (er, s) {
+    if (er || !s.isDirectory()) return cb(new Error(
+      "It doesn't look like "+p+" is installed."))
+    if (!args.length) console.log(
+      "\nExploring "+cwd+"\n"+
+      "Type 'exit' or ^D when finished\n")
+
+    var shell = spawn(sh, args, { cwd: cwd, customFds: [0, 1, 2] })
+    shell.on("close", function (er) {
+      // only fail if non-interactive.
+      if (!args.length) return cb()
+      cb(er)
+    })
+  })
+}

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+
+module.exports = faq
+
+faq.usage = "npm faq"
+
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+
+function faq (args, cb) { npm.commands.help(["faq"], cb) }

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+
+module.exports = get
+
+get.usage = "npm get <key> <value> (See `npm config`)"
+
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+
+get.completion = npm.commands.config.completion
+
+function get (args, cb) {
+  npm.commands.config(["get"].concat(args), cb)
+}

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+
+module.exports = helpSearch
+
+var fs = require("graceful-fs")
+  , path = require("path")
+  , asyncMap = require("slide").asyncMap
+  , cliDocsPath = path.join(__dirname, "..", "doc", "cli")
+  , apiDocsPath = path.join(__dirname, "..", "doc", "api")
+  , log = require("npmlog")
+  , npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , glob = require("glob")
+
+helpSearch.usage = "npm help-search <text>"
+
+function helpSearch (args, silent, cb) {
+  if (typeof cb !== "function") cb = silent, silent = false
+  if (!args.length) return cb(helpSearch.usage)
+
+  // see if we're actually searching the api docs.
+  var argv = npm.config.get("argv").cooked
+
+  var docPath = path.resolve(__dirname, "..", "doc")
+  return glob(docPath + "/*/*.md", function (er, files) {
+    if (er)
+      return cb(er)
+    readFiles(files, function (er, data) {
+      if (er)
+        return cb(er)
+      searchFiles(args, data, function (er, results) {
+        if (er)
+          return cb(er)
+        formatResults(args, results, cb)
+      })
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function readFiles (files, cb) {
+  var res = {}
+  asyncMap(files, function (file, cb) {
+    fs.readFile(file, 'utf8', function (er, data) {
+      res[file] = data
+      return cb(er)
+    })
+  }, function (er) {
+    return cb(er, res)
+  })
+}
+
+function searchFiles (args, files, cb) {
+  var results = []
+  Object.keys(files).forEach(function (file) {
+    var data = files[file]
+
+    // skip if no matches at all
+    for (var a = 0, l = args.length; a < l && !match; a++) {
+      var match = data.toLowerCase().indexOf(args[a].toLowerCase()) !== -1
+    }
+    if (!match)
+      return
+
+    var lines = data.split(/\n+/)
+    var context = []
+
+    // if a line has a search term, then skip it and the next line.
+    // if the next line has a search term, then skip all 3
+    // otherwise, set the line to null.  then remove the nulls.
+    for (var i = 0, l = lines.length; i < l; i ++) {
+      var line = lines[i]
+        , nextLine = lines[i + 1]
+        , match = false
+      if (nextLine) {
+        for (var a = 0, ll = args.length; a < ll && !match; a ++) {
+          match = nextLine.toLowerCase()
+                  .indexOf(args[a].toLowerCase()) !== -1
+        }
+        if (match) {
+          // skip over the next line, and the line after it.
+          i += 2
+          continue
+        }
+      }
+
+      match = false
+      for (var a = 0, ll = args.length; a < ll && !match; a ++) {
+        match = line.toLowerCase().indexOf(args[a].toLowerCase()) !== -1
+      }
+      if (match) {
+        // skip over the next line
+        i ++
+        continue
+      }
+
+      lines[i] = null
+    }
+
+    // now squish any string of nulls into a single null
+    lines = lines.reduce(function (l, r) {
+      if (!(r === null && l[l.length-1] === null)) l.push(r)
+      return l
+    }, [])
+
+    if (lines[lines.length - 1] === null) lines.pop()
+    if (lines[0] === null) lines.shift()
+
+    // now see how many args were found at all.
+    var found = {}
+      , totalHits = 0
+    lines.forEach(function (line) {
+      args.forEach(function (arg) {
+        var hit = (line || "").toLowerCase()
+                  .split(arg.toLowerCase()).length - 1
+        if (hit > 0) {
+          found[arg] = (found[arg] || 0) + hit
+          totalHits += hit
+        }
+      })
+    })
+
+    var cmd = "npm help "
+    if (path.basename(path.dirname(file)) === "api") {
+      cmd = "npm apihelp "
+    }
+    cmd += path.basename(file, ".md").replace(/^npm-/, "")
+    results.push({ file: file
+                 , cmd: cmd
+                 , lines: lines
+                 , found: Object.keys(found)
+                 , hits: found
+                 , totalHits: totalHits
+                 })
+  })
+
+  // if only one result, then just show that help section.
+  if (results.length === 1) {
+    return npm.commands.help([results[0].file.replace(/\.md$/, "")], cb)
+  }
+
+  if (results.length === 0) {
+    console.log("No results for " + args.map(JSON.stringify).join(" "))
+    return cb()
+  }
+
+  // sort results by number of results found, then by number of hits
+  // then by number of matching lines
+  results = results.sort(function (a, b) {
+    return a.found.length > b.found.length ? -1
+         : a.found.length < b.found.length ? 1
+         : a.totalHits > b.totalHits ? -1
+         : a.totalHits < b.totalHits ? 1
+         : a.lines.length > b.lines.length ? -1
+         : a.lines.length < b.lines.length ? 1
+         : 0
+  })
+
+  cb(null, results)
+}
+
+function formatResults (args, results, cb) {
+  if (!results) return cb(null)
+
+  var cols = Math.min(process.stdout.columns || Infinity, 80) + 1
+
+  var out = results.map(function (res, i, results) {
+    var out = res.cmd
+      , r = Object.keys(res.hits).map(function (k) {
+          return k + ":" + res.hits[k]
+        }).sort(function (a, b) {
+          return a > b ? 1 : -1
+        }).join(" ")
+
+    out += ((new Array(Math.max(1, cols - out.length - r.length)))
+             .join (" ")) + r
+
+    if (!npm.config.get("long")) return out
+
+    var out = "\n\n" + out
+         + "\n" + (new Array(cols)).join("—") + "\n"
+         + res.lines.map(function (line, i) {
+      if (line === null || i > 3) return ""
+      for (var out = line, a = 0, l = args.length; a < l; a ++) {
+        var finder = out.toLowerCase().split(args[a].toLowerCase())
+          , newOut = []
+          , p = 0
+        finder.forEach(function (f) {
+          newOut.push( out.substr(p, f.length)
+                     , "\1"
+                     , out.substr(p + f.length, args[a].length)
+                     , "\2" )
+          p += f.length + args[a].length
+        })
+        out = newOut.join("")
+      }
+      if (npm.color) {
+        var color = "\033[31;40m"
+          , reset = "\033[0m"
+      } else {
+        var color = ""
+          , reset = ""
+      }
+      out = out.split("\1").join(color)
+               .split("\2").join(reset)
+      return out
+    }).join("\n").trim()
+    return out
+  }).join("\n")
+
+  if (results.length && !npm.config.get("long")) {
+    out = "Top hits for "+(args.map(JSON.stringify).join(" "))
+        + "\n" + (new Array(cols)).join("—") + "\n"
+        + out
+        + "\n" + (new Array(cols)).join("—") + "\n"
+        + "(run with -l or --long to see more context)"
+  }
+
+  console.log(out.trim())
+  cb(null, results)
+}

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+
+module.exports = help
+
+help.completion = function (opts, cb) {
+  if (opts.conf.argv.remain.length > 2) return cb(null, [])
+  getSections(cb)
+}
+
+var fs = require("graceful-fs")
+  , path = require("path")
+  , spawn = require("child_process").spawn
+  , npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , log = require("npmlog")
+  , opener = require("opener")
+  , glob = require("glob")
+
+function help (args, cb) {
+  var argv = npm.config.get("argv").cooked
+
+  var argnum = 0
+  if (args.length === 2 && ~~args[0]) {
+    argnum = ~~args.shift()
+  }
+
+  // npm help foo bar baz: search topics
+  if (args.length > 1 && args[0]) {
+    return npm.commands["help-search"](args, argnum, cb)
+  }
+
+  var section = npm.deref(args[0]) || args[0]
+
+  // npm help <noargs>:  show basic usage
+  if (!section)
+    return npmUsage(cb)
+
+  // npm <cmd> -h: show command usage
+  if ( npm.config.get("usage")
+    && npm.commands[section]
+    && npm.commands[section].usage
+  ) {
+    npm.config.set("loglevel", "silent")
+    log.level = "silent"
+    console.log(npm.commands[section].usage)
+    return cb()
+  }
+
+  // npm apihelp <section>: Prefer section 3 over section 1
+  var apihelp = argv.length && -1 !== argv[0].indexOf("api")
+  var pref = apihelp ? [3, 1, 5, 7] : [1, 3, 5, 7]
+  if (argnum)
+    pref = [ argnum ].concat(pref.filter(function (n) {
+      return n !== argnum
+    }))
+
+  // npm help <section>: Try to find the path
+  var manroot = path.resolve(__dirname, "..", "man")
+  var htmlroot = path.resolve(__dirname, "..", "html", "doc")
+
+  // legacy
+  if (section === "global")
+    section = "folders"
+  else if (section === "json")
+    section = "package.json"
+
+  // find either /section.n or /npm-section.n
+  var f = "+(npm-" + section + "|" + section + ").[0-9]"
+  return glob(manroot + "/*/" + f, function (er, mans) {
+    if (er)
+      return cb(er)
+
+    if (!mans.length)
+      return npm.commands["help-search"](args, cb)
+
+    viewMan(pickMan(mans, pref), cb)
+  })
+}
+
+function pickMan (mans, pref_) {
+  var nre = /([0-9]+)$/
+  var pref = {}
+  pref_.forEach(function (sect, i) {
+    pref[sect] = i
+  })
+  mans = mans.sort(function (a, b) {
+    var an = a.match(nre)[1]
+    var bn = b.match(nre)[1]
+    return an === bn ? (a > b ? -1 : 1)
+         : pref[an] < pref[bn] ? -1
+         : 1
+  })
+  return mans[0]
+}
+
+function viewMan (man, cb) {
+  var nre = /([0-9]+)$/
+  var num = man.match(nre)[1]
+  var section = path.basename(man, "." + num)
+
+  // at this point, we know that the specified man page exists
+  var manpath = path.join(__dirname, "..", "man")
+    , env = {}
+  Object.keys(process.env).forEach(function (i) {
+    env[i] = process.env[i]
+  })
+  env.MANPATH = manpath
+  var viewer = npm.config.get("viewer")
+
+  switch (viewer) {
+    case "woman":
+      var a = ["-e", "(woman-find-file \"" + man + "\")"]
+      var conf = { env: env, customFds: [ 0, 1, 2] }
+      var woman = spawn("emacsclient", a, conf)
+      woman.on("close", cb)
+      break
+
+    case "browser":
+      opener(htmlMan(man), { command: npm.config.get("browser") }, cb)
+      break
+
+    default:
+      var conf = { env: env, customFds: [ 0, 1, 2] }
+      var man = spawn("man", [num, section], conf)
+      man.on("close", cb)
+      break
+  }
+}
+
+function htmlMan (man) {
+  var sect = +man.match(/([0-9]+)$/)[1]
+  var f = path.basename(man).replace(/([0-9]+)$/, "html")
+  switch (sect) {
+    case 1:
+      sect = "cli"
+      break
+    case 3:
+      sect = "api"
+      break
+    case 5:
+      sect = "files"
+      break
+    case 7:
+      sect = "misc"
+      break
+    default:
+      throw new Error("invalid man section: " + sect)
+  }
+  return path.resolve(__dirname, "..", "html", "doc", sect, f)
+}
+
+function npmUsage (cb) {
+  npm.config.set("loglevel", "silent")
+  log.level = "silent"
+  console.log
+    ( ["\nUsage: npm <command>"
+      , ""
+      , "where <command> is one of:"
+      , npm.config.get("long") ? usages()
+        : "    " + wrap(Object.keys(npm.commands))
+      , ""
+      , "npm <cmd> -h     quick help on <cmd>"
+      , "npm -l           display full usage info"
+      , "npm faq          commonly asked questions"
+      , "npm help <term>  search for help on <term>"
+      , "npm help npm     involved overview"
+      , ""
+      , "Specify configs in the ini-formatted file:"
+      , "    " + npm.config.get("userconfig")
+      , "or on the command line via: npm <command> --key value"
+      , "Config info can be viewed via: npm help config"
+      , ""
+      , "npm@" + npm.version + " " + path.dirname(__dirname)
+      ].join("\n"))
+  cb()
+}
+
+function usages () {
+  // return a string of <cmd>: <usage>
+  var maxLen = 0
+  return Object.keys(npm.commands).filter(function (c) {
+    return c === npm.deref(c)
+  }).reduce(function (set, c) {
+    set.push([c, npm.commands[c].usage || ""])
+    maxLen = Math.max(maxLen, c.length)
+    return set
+  }, []).map(function (item) {
+    var c = item[0]
+      , usage = item[1]
+    return "\n    " + c + (new Array(maxLen - c.length + 2).join(" "))
+         + (usage.split("\n")
+            .join("\n" + (new Array(maxLen + 6).join(" "))))
+  }).join("\n")
+  return out
+}
+
+
+function wrap (arr) {
+  var out = ['']
+    , l = 0
+    , line
+
+  line = process.stdout.columns
+  if (!line)
+    line = 60
+  else
+    line = Math.min(60, Math.max(line - 16, 24))
+
+  arr.sort(function (a,b) { return a<b?-1:1 })
+    .forEach(function (c) {
+      if (out[l].length + c.length + 2 < line) {
+        out[l] += ', '+c
+      } else {
+        out[l++] += ','
+        out[l] = c
+      }
+    })
+  return out.join("\n    ").substr(2)
+}
+
+function getSections (cb) {
+  var g = path.resolve(__dirname, "../man/man[0-9]/*.[0-9]")
+  glob(g, function (er, files) {
+    if (er)
+      return cb(er)
+    cb(null, Object.keys(files.reduce(function (acc, file) {
+      file = path.basename(file).replace(/\.[0-9]+$/, "")
+      file = file.replace(/^npm-/, "")
+      acc[file] = true
+      return acc
+    }, { help: true })))
+  })
+}

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+
+// initialize a package.json file
+
+module.exports = init
+
+var log = require("npmlog")
+  , npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , initJson = require("init-package-json")
+
+init.usage = "npm init"
+
+function init (args, cb) {
+  var dir = process.cwd()
+  log.pause()
+  var initFile = npm.config.get('init-module')
+
+  console.log(
+    ["This utility will walk you through creating a package.json file."
+    ,"It only covers the most common items, and tries to guess sane defaults."
+    ,""
+    ,"See `npm help json` for definitive documentation on these fields"
+    ,"and exactly what they do."
+    ,""
+    ,"Use `npm install <pkg> --save` afterwards to install a package and"
+    ,"save it as a dependency in the package.json file."
+    ,""
+    ,"Press ^C at any time to quit."
+    ].join("\n"))
+
+  initJson(dir, initFile, npm.config, function (er, data) {
+    log.resume()
+    log.silly('package data', data)
+    log.info('init', 'written successfully')
+    cb(er, data)
+  })
+}

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+// npm install <pkg> <pkg> <pkg>
+//
+// See doc/install.md for more description
+
+// Managing contexts...
+// there's a lot of state associated with an "install" operation, including
+// packages that are already installed, parent packages, current shrinkwrap, and
+// so on. We maintain this state in a "context" object that gets passed around.
+// every time we dive into a deeper node_modules folder, the "family" list that
+// gets passed along uses the previous "family" list as its __proto__.  Any
+// "resolved precise dependency" things that aren't already on this object get
+// added, and then that's passed to the next generation of installation.
+
+module.exports = install
+
+install.usage = "npm install"
+              + "\nnpm install <pkg>"
+              + "\nnpm install <pkg>@<tag>"
+              + "\nnpm install <pkg>@<version>"
+              + "\nnpm install <pkg>@<version range>"
+              + "\nnpm install <folder>"
+              + "\nnpm install <tarball file>"
+              + "\nnpm install <tarball url>"
+              + "\nnpm install <git:// url>"
+              + "\nnpm install <github username>/<github project>"
+              + "\n\nCan specify one or more: npm install ./foo.tgz bar@stable /some/folder"
+              + "\nIf no argument is supplied and ./npm-shrinkwrap.json is "
+              + "\npresent, installs dependencies specified in the shrinkwrap."
+              + "\nOtherwise, installs dependencies from ./package.json."
+
+install.completion = function (opts, cb) {
+  // install can complete to a folder with a package.json, or any package.
+  // if it has a slash, then it's gotta be a folder
+  // if it starts with https?://, then just give up, because it's a url
+  // for now, not yet implemented.
+  var registry = npm.registry
+  registry.get("/-/short", function (er, pkgs) {
+    if (er) return cb()
+    if (!opts.partialWord) return cb(null, pkgs)
+
+    var name = opts.partialWord.split("@").shift()
+    pkgs = pkgs.filter(function (p) {
+      return p.indexOf(name) === 0
+    })
+
+    if (pkgs.length !== 1 && opts.partialWord === name) {
+      return cb(null, pkgs)
+    }
+
+    registry.get(pkgs[0], function (er, d) {
+      if (er) return cb()
+      return cb(null, Object.keys(d["dist-tags"] || {})
+                .concat(Object.keys(d.versions || {}))
+                .map(function (t) {
+                  return pkgs[0] + "@" + t
+                }))
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , semver = require("semver")
+  , readJson = require("read-package-json")
+  , readInstalled = require("read-installed")
+  , log = require("npmlog")
+  , path = require("path")
+  , fs = require("graceful-fs")
+  , cache = require("./cache.js")
+  , asyncMap = require("slide").asyncMap
+  , chain = require("slide").chain
+  , url = require("url")
+  , mkdir = require("mkdirp")
+  , lifecycle = require("./utils/lifecycle.js")
+  , archy = require("archy")
+  , isGitUrl = require("./utils/is-git-url.js")
+
+function install (args, cb_) {
+  var hasArguments = !!args.length
+
+  function cb (er, installed) {
+    if (er) return cb_(er)
+
+    findPeerInvalid(where, function (er, problem) {
+      if (er) return cb_(er)
+
+      if (problem) {
+        var peerInvalidError = new Error("The package " + problem.name +
+          " does not satisfy its siblings' peerDependencies requirements!")
+        peerInvalidError.code = "EPEERINVALID"
+        peerInvalidError.packageName = problem.name
+        peerInvalidError.peersDepending = problem.peersDepending
+        return cb(peerInvalidError)
+      }
+
+      var tree = treeify(installed || [])
+        , pretty = prettify(tree, installed).trim()
+
+      if (pretty) console.log(pretty)
+      save(where, installed, tree, pretty, hasArguments, cb_)
+    })
+  }
+
+  // the /path/to/node_modules/..
+  var where = path.resolve(npm.dir, "..")
+
+  // internal api: install(where, what, cb)
+  if (arguments.length === 3) {
+    where = args
+    args = [].concat(cb_) // pass in [] to do default dep-install
+    cb_ = arguments[2]
+    log.verbose("install", "where,what", [where, args])
+  }
+
+  if (!npm.config.get("global")) {
+    args = args.filter(function (a) {
+      return path.resolve(a) !== where
+    })
+  }
+
+  mkdir(where, function (er, made) {
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    // install dependencies locally by default,
+    // or install current folder globally
+    if (!args.length) {
+      var opt = { dev: npm.config.get("dev") || !npm.config.get("production") }
+
+      if (npm.config.get("global")) args = ["."]
+      else return readDependencies(null, where, opt, function (er, data) {
+        if (er) {
+          log.error("install", "Couldn't read dependencies")
+          return cb(er)
+        }
+        var deps = Object.keys(data.dependencies || {})
+        log.verbose("install", "where, deps", [where, deps])
+        var context = { family: {}
+                      , ancestors: {}
+                      , explicit: false
+                      , parent: data
+                      , root: true
+                      , wrap: null }
+
+        if (data.name === path.basename(where) &&
+            path.basename(path.dirname(where)) === "node_modules") {
+          // Only include in ancestry if it can actually be required.
+          // Otherwise, it does not count.
+          context.family[data.name] =
+            context.ancestors[data.name] = data.version
+        }
+
+        installManyTop(deps.map(function (dep) {
+          var target = data.dependencies[dep]
+            , parsed = url.parse(target.replace(/^git\+/, "git"))
+          target = dep + "@" + target
+          return target
+        }), where, context, function(er, results) {
+          if (er) return cb(er, results)
+          lifecycle(data, "prepublish", where, function(er) {
+            return cb(er, results)
+          })
+        })
+      })
+    }
+
+    // initial "family" is the name:version of the root, if it's got
+    // a package.json file.
+    var jsonFile = path.resolve(where, "package.json")
+    readJson(jsonFile, log.warn, function (er, data) {
+      if (er
+          && er.code !== "ENOENT"
+          && er.code !== "ENOTDIR") return cb(er)
+      if (er) data = null
+      var context = { family: {}
+                    , ancestors: {}
+                    , explicit: true
+                    , parent: data
+                    , root: true
+                    , wrap: null }
+      if (data && data.name === path.basename(where) &&
+          path.basename(path.dirname(where)) === "node_modules") {
+        context.family[data.name] = context.ancestors[data.name] = data.version
+      }
+      var fn = npm.config.get("global") ? installMany : installManyTop
+      fn(args, where, context, cb)
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function findPeerInvalid (where, cb) {
+  readInstalled(where, log.warn, function (er, data) {
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+
+    cb(null, findPeerInvalid_(data.dependencies, []))
+  })
+}
+
+function findPeerInvalid_ (packageMap, fpiList) {
+  if (fpiList.indexOf(packageMap) !== -1)
+    return
+
+  fpiList.push(packageMap)
+
+  for (var packageName in packageMap) {
+    var pkg = packageMap[packageName]
+
+    if (pkg.peerInvalid) {
+      var peersDepending = {};
+      for (peerName in packageMap) {
+        var peer = packageMap[peerName]
+        if (peer.peerDependencies && peer.peerDependencies[packageName]) {
+          peersDepending[peer.name + "@" + peer.version] =
+            peer.peerDependencies[packageName]
+        }
+      }
+      return { name: pkg.name, peersDepending: peersDepending }
+    }
+
+    if (pkg.dependencies) {
+      var invalid = findPeerInvalid_(pkg.dependencies, fpiList)
+      if (invalid)
+        return invalid
+    }
+  }
+
+  return null
+}
+
+// reads dependencies for the package at "where". There are several cases,
+// depending on our current state and the package's configuration:
+//
+// 1. If "context" is specified, then we examine the context to see if there's a
+//    shrinkwrap there. In that case, dependencies are read from the shrinkwrap.
+// 2. Otherwise, if an npm-shrinkwrap.json file is present, dependencies are
+//    read from there.
+// 3. Otherwise, dependencies come from package.json.
+//
+// Regardless of which case we fall into, "cb" is invoked with a first argument
+// describing the full package (as though readJson had been used) but with
+// "dependencies" read as described above. The second argument to "cb" is the
+// shrinkwrap to use in processing this package's dependencies, which may be
+// "wrap" (in case 1) or a new shrinkwrap (in case 2).
+function readDependencies (context, where, opts, cb) {
+  var wrap = context ? context.wrap : null
+
+  readJson( path.resolve(where, "package.json")
+          , log.warn
+          , function (er, data) {
+    if (er && er.code === "ENOENT") er.code = "ENOPACKAGEJSON"
+    if (er)  return cb(er)
+
+    if (opts && opts.dev) {
+      if (!data.dependencies) data.dependencies = {}
+      Object.keys(data.devDependencies || {}).forEach(function (k) {
+        data.dependencies[k] = data.devDependencies[k]
+      })
+    }
+
+    if (!npm.config.get("optional") && data.optionalDependencies) {
+      Object.keys(data.optionalDependencies).forEach(function (d) {
+        delete data.dependencies[d]
+      })
+    }
+
+    // User has opted out of shrinkwraps entirely
+    if (npm.config.get("shrinkwrap") === false)
+      return cb(null, data, null)
+
+    if (wrap) {
+      log.verbose("readDependencies: using existing wrap", [where, wrap])
+      var rv = {}
+      Object.keys(data).forEach(function (key) {
+        rv[key] = data[key]
+      })
+      rv.dependencies = {}
+      Object.keys(wrap).forEach(function (key) {
+        log.verbose("from wrap", [key, wrap[key]])
+        rv.dependencies[key] = readWrap(wrap[key])
+      })
+      log.verbose("readDependencies returned deps", rv.dependencies)
+      return cb(null, rv, wrap)
+    }
+
+    var wrapfile = path.resolve(where, "npm-shrinkwrap.json")
+
+    fs.readFile(wrapfile, "utf8", function (er, wrapjson) {
+      if (er) {
+        log.verbose("readDependencies", "using package.json deps")
+        return cb(null, data, null)
+      }
+
+      try {
+        var newwrap = JSON.parse(wrapjson)
+      } catch (ex) {
+        return cb(ex)
+      }
+
+      log.info("shrinkwrap", "file %j", wrapfile)
+      var rv = {}
+      Object.keys(data).forEach(function (key) {
+        rv[key] = data[key]
+      })
+      rv.dependencies = {}
+      Object.keys(newwrap.dependencies || {}).forEach(function (key) {
+        rv.dependencies[key] = readWrap(newwrap.dependencies[key])
+      })
+
+      // fold in devDependencies if not already present, at top level
+      if (opts && opts.dev) {
+        Object.keys(data.devDependencies || {}).forEach(function (k) {
+          rv.dependencies[k] = rv.dependencies[k] || data.devDependencies[k]
+        })
+      }
+
+      log.verbose("readDependencies returned deps", rv.dependencies)
+      return cb(null, rv, newwrap.dependencies)
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function readWrap (w) {
+  return (w.resolved) ? w.resolved
+       : (w.from && url.parse(w.from).protocol) ? w.from
+       : w.version
+}
+
+// if the -S|--save option is specified, then write installed packages
+// as dependencies to a package.json file.
+// This is experimental.
+function save (where, installed, tree, pretty, hasArguments, cb) {
+  if (!hasArguments ||
+      !npm.config.get("save") &&
+      !npm.config.get("save-dev") &&
+      !npm.config.get("save-optional") ||
+      npm.config.get("global")) {
+    return cb(null, installed, tree, pretty)
+  }
+
+  var saveBundle = npm.config.get('save-bundle')
+
+  // each item in the tree is a top-level thing that should be saved
+  // to the package.json file.
+  // The relevant tree shape is { <folder>: {what:<pkg>} }
+  var saveTarget = path.resolve(where, "package.json")
+    , things = Object.keys(tree).map(function (k) {
+        // if "what" was a url, then save that instead.
+        var t = tree[k]
+          , u = url.parse(t.from)
+          , w = t.what.split("@")
+        if (u && u.protocol) w[1] = t.from
+        return w
+      }).reduce(function (set, k) {
+        var rangeDescriptor = semver.valid(k[1], true) &&
+                              semver.gte(k[1], "0.1.0", true)
+                            ? "~" : ""
+        set[k[0]] = rangeDescriptor + k[1]
+        return set
+      }, {})
+
+  // don't use readJson, because we don't want to do all the other
+  // tricky npm-specific stuff that's in there.
+  fs.readFile(saveTarget, function (er, data) {
+    // ignore errors here, just don't save it.
+    try {
+      data = JSON.parse(data.toString("utf8"))
+    } catch (ex) {
+      er = ex
+    }
+
+    if (er) {
+      return cb(null, installed, tree, pretty)
+    }
+
+    var deps = npm.config.get("save-optional") ? "optionalDependencies"
+             : npm.config.get("save-dev") ? "devDependencies"
+             : "dependencies"
+
+    if (saveBundle) {
+      var bundle = data.bundleDependencies || data.bundledDependencies
+      delete data.bundledDependencies
+      if (!Array.isArray(bundle)) bundle = []
+      data.bundleDependencies = bundle
+    }
+
+    log.verbose('saving', things)
+    data[deps] = data[deps] || {}
+    Object.keys(things).forEach(function (t) {
+      data[deps][t] = things[t]
+      if (saveBundle) {
+        var i = bundle.indexOf(t)
+        if (i === -1) bundle.push(t)
+      }
+    })
+
+    data = JSON.stringify(data, null, 2) + "\n"
+    fs.writeFile(saveTarget, data, function (er) {
+      cb(er, installed, tree, pretty)
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+
+// Outputting *all* the installed modules is a bit confusing,
+// because the length of the path does not make it clear
+// that the submodules are not immediately require()able.
+// TODO: Show the complete tree, ls-style, but only if --long is provided
+function prettify (tree, installed) {
+  if (npm.config.get("json")) {
+    function red (set, kv) {
+      set[kv[0]] = kv[1]
+      return set
+    }
+
+    tree = Object.keys(tree).map(function (p) {
+      if (!tree[p]) return null
+      var what = tree[p].what.split("@")
+        , name = what.shift()
+        , version = what.join("@")
+        , o = { name: name, version: version, from: tree[p].from }
+      o.dependencies = tree[p].children.map(function P (dep) {
+         var what = dep.what.split("@")
+           , name = what.shift()
+           , version = what.join("@")
+           , o = { version: version, from: dep.from }
+         o.dependencies = dep.children.map(P).reduce(red, {})
+         return [name, o]
+       }).reduce(red, {})
+       return o
+    })
+
+    return JSON.stringify(tree, null, 2)
+  }
+  if (npm.config.get("parseable")) return parseable(installed)
+
+  return Object.keys(tree).map(function (p) {
+    return archy({ label: tree[p].what + " " + p
+                 , nodes: (tree[p].children || []).map(function P (c) {
+                     if (npm.config.get("long")) {
+                       return { label: c.what, nodes: c.children.map(P) }
+                     }
+                     var g = c.children.map(function (g) {
+                       return g.what
+                     }).join(", ")
+                     if (g) g = " (" + g + ")"
+                     return c.what + g
+                   })
+                 })
+  }).join("\n")
+}
+
+function parseable (installed) {
+  var long = npm.config.get("long")
+    , cwd = process.cwd()
+  return installed.map(function (item) {
+    return path.resolve(cwd, item[1]) +
+         ( long ?  ":" + item[0] : "" )
+  }).join("\n")
+}
+
+function treeify (installed) {
+  // each item is [what, where, parent, parentDir]
+  // If no parent, then report it.
+  // otherwise, tack it into the parent's children list.
+  // If the parent isn't a top-level then ignore it.
+  var whatWhere = installed.reduce(function (l, r) {
+    var parentDir = r[3]
+      , parent = r[2]
+      , where = r[1]
+      , what = r[0]
+      , from = r[4]
+    l[where] = { parentDir: parentDir
+               , parent: parent
+               , children: []
+               , where: where
+               , what: what
+               , from: from }
+    return l
+  }, {})
+
+  // log.warn("install", whatWhere, "whatWhere")
+  return Object.keys(whatWhere).reduce(function (l, r) {
+    var ww = whatWhere[r]
+    //log.warn("r, ww", [r, ww])
+    if (!ww.parent) {
+      l[r] = ww
+    } else {
+      var p = whatWhere[ww.parentDir]
+      if (p) p.children.push(ww)
+      else l[r] = ww
+    }
+    return l
+  }, {})
+}
+
+
+// just like installMany, but also add the existing packages in
+// where/node_modules to the family object.
+function installManyTop (what, where, context, cb_) {
+  function cb (er, d) {
+    if (context.explicit || er) return cb_(er, d)
+    // since this wasn't an explicit install, let's build the top
+    // folder, so that `npm install` also runs the lifecycle scripts.
+    npm.commands.build([where], false, true, function (er) {
+      return cb_(er, d)
+    })
+  }
+
+  if (context.explicit) return next()
+
+  readJson(path.join(where, "package.json"), log.warn, function (er, data) {
+    if (er) return next(er)
+    lifecycle(data, "preinstall", where, next)
+  })
+
+  function next (er) {
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    installManyTop_(what, where, context, cb)
+  }
+}
+
+function installManyTop_ (what, where, context, cb) {
+  var nm = path.resolve(where, "node_modules")
+    , names = context.explicit
+            ? what.map(function (w) { return w.split(/@/).shift() })
+            : []
+
+  fs.readdir(nm, function (er, pkgs) {
+    if (er) return installMany(what, where, context, cb)
+    pkgs = pkgs.filter(function (p) {
+      return !p.match(/^[\._-]/)
+    })
+    asyncMap(pkgs.map(function (p) {
+      return path.resolve(nm, p, "package.json")
+    }), function (jsonfile, cb) {
+      readJson(jsonfile, log.warn, function (er, data) {
+        if (er && er.code !== "ENOENT" && er.code !== "ENOTDIR") return cb(er)
+        if (er) return cb(null, [])
+        return cb(null, [[data.name, data.version]])
+      })
+    }, function (er, packages) {
+      // if there's nothing in node_modules, then don't freak out.
+      if (er) packages = []
+      // add all the existing packages to the family list.
+      // however, do not add to the ancestors list.
+      packages.forEach(function (p) {
+        context.family[p[0]] = p[1]
+      })
+      return installMany(what, where, context, cb)
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function installMany (what, where, context, cb) {
+  // readDependencies takes care of figuring out whether the list of
+  // dependencies we'll iterate below comes from an existing shrinkwrap from a
+  // parent level, a new shrinkwrap at this level, or package.json at this
+  // level, as well as which shrinkwrap (if any) our dependencies should use.
+  var opt = { dev: npm.config.get("dev") }
+  readDependencies(context, where, opt, function (er, data, wrap) {
+    if (er) data = {}
+
+    var parent = data
+
+    var d = data.dependencies || {}
+
+    // if we're explicitly installing "what" into "where", then the shrinkwrap
+    // for "where" doesn't apply. This would be the case if someone were adding
+    // a new package to a shrinkwrapped package. (data.dependencies will not be
+    // used here except to indicate what packages are already present, so
+    // there's no harm in using that.)
+    if (context.explicit) wrap = null
+
+    // what is a list of things.
+    // resolve each one.
+    asyncMap( what
+            , targetResolver(where, context, d)
+            , function (er, targets) {
+
+      if (er) return cb(er)
+
+      // each target will be a data object corresponding
+      // to a package, folder, or whatever that is in the cache now.
+      var newPrev = Object.create(context.family)
+        , newAnc = Object.create(context.ancestors)
+
+      if (!context.root) {
+        newAnc[data.name] = data.version
+      }
+      targets.forEach(function (t) {
+        newPrev[t.name] = t.version
+      })
+      log.silly("resolved", targets)
+      targets.filter(function (t) { return t }).forEach(function (t) {
+        log.info("install", "%s into %s", t._id, where)
+      })
+      asyncMap(targets, function (target, cb) {
+        log.info("installOne", target._id)
+        var wrapData = wrap ? wrap[target.name] : null
+        var newWrap = wrapData && wrapData.dependencies
+                    ? wrap[target.name].dependencies || {}
+                    : null
+        var newContext = { family: newPrev
+                         , ancestors: newAnc
+                         , parent: parent
+                         , explicit: false
+                         , wrap: newWrap }
+        installOne(target, where, newContext, cb)
+      }, cb)
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function targetResolver (where, context, deps) {
+  var alreadyInstalledManually = context.explicit ? [] : null
+    , nm = path.resolve(where, "node_modules")
+    , parent = context.parent
+    , wrap = context.wrap
+
+  if (!context.explicit) fs.readdir(nm, function (er, inst) {
+    if (er) return alreadyInstalledManually = []
+
+    // don't even mess with non-package looking things
+    inst = inst.filter(function (p) {
+      return !p.match(/^[\._-]/)
+    })
+
+    asyncMap(inst, function (pkg, cb) {
+      readJson(path.resolve(nm, pkg, "package.json"), log.warn, function (er, d) {
+        if (er && er.code !== "ENOENT" && er.code !== "ENOTDIR") return cb(er)
+        // error means it's not a package, most likely.
+        if (er) return cb(null, [])
+
+        // if it's a bundled dep, then assume that anything there is valid.
+        // otherwise, make sure that it's a semver match with what we want.
+        var bd = parent.bundleDependencies
+        if (bd && bd.indexOf(d.name) !== -1 ||
+            semver.satisfies(d.version, deps[d.name] || "*", true) ||
+            deps[d.name] === d._resolved) {
+          return cb(null, d.name)
+        }
+
+        // see if the package had been previously linked
+        fs.lstat(path.resolve(nm, pkg), function(err, s) {
+          if (err) return cb(null, [])
+          if (s.isSymbolicLink()) {
+            return cb(null, d.name)
+          }
+
+          // something is there, but it's not satisfactory.  Clobber it.
+          return cb(null, [])
+        })
+      })
+    }, function (er, inst) {
+      // this is the list of things that are valid and should be ignored.
+      alreadyInstalledManually = inst
+    })
+  })
+
+  var to = 0
+  return function resolver (what, cb) {
+    if (!alreadyInstalledManually) return setTimeout(function () {
+      resolver(what, cb)
+    }, to++)
+
+    // now we know what's been installed here manually,
+    // or tampered with in some way that npm doesn't want to overwrite.
+    if (alreadyInstalledManually.indexOf(what.split("@").shift()) !== -1) {
+      log.verbose("already installed", "skipping %s %s", what, where)
+      return cb(null, [])
+    }
+
+    // check for a version installed higher in the tree.
+    // If installing from a shrinkwrap, it must match exactly.
+    if (context.family[what]) {
+      if (wrap && wrap[what].version === context.family[what]) {
+        log.verbose("shrinkwrap", "use existing", what)
+        return cb(null, [])
+      }
+    }
+
+    // if it's identical to its parent, then it's probably someone
+    // doing `npm install foo` inside of the foo project.  Print
+    // a warning, and skip it.
+    if (parent && parent.name === what && !npm.config.get("force")) {
+      log.warn("install", "Refusing to install %s as a dependency of itself"
+              , what)
+      return cb(null, [])
+    }
+
+    if (wrap) {
+      var name = what.split(/@/).shift()
+      if (wrap[name]) {
+        var wrapTarget = readWrap(wrap[name])
+        what = name + "@" + wrapTarget
+      } else {
+        log.verbose("shrinkwrap", "skipping %s (not in shrinkwrap)", what)
+      }
+    } else if (deps[what]) {
+      what = what + "@" + deps[what]
+    }
+
+    // This is where we actually fetch the package, if it's not already
+    // in the cache.
+    // If it's a git repo, then we want to install it, even if the parent
+    // already has a matching copy.
+    // If it's not a git repo, and the parent already has that pkg, then
+    // we can skip installing it again.
+    cache.add(what, function (er, data) {
+      if (er && parent && parent.optionalDependencies &&
+          parent.optionalDependencies.hasOwnProperty(what.split("@")[0])) {
+        log.warn("optional dep failed, continuing", what)
+        log.verbose("optional dep failed, continuing", [what, er])
+        return cb(null, [])
+      }
+
+      var isGit = false
+        , maybeGit = what.split("@").slice(1).join()
+
+      if (maybeGit)
+        isGit = isGitUrl(url.parse(maybeGit))
+
+      if (!er &&
+          data &&
+          !context.explicit &&
+          context.family[data.name] === data.version &&
+          !npm.config.get("force") &&
+          !isGit) {
+        log.info("already installed", data.name + "@" + data.version)
+        return cb(null, [])
+      }
+
+      if (data && !data._from) data._from = what
+      if (er && parent && parent.name) er.parent = parent.name
+      return cb(er, data || [])
+    })
+  }
+}
+
+// we've already decided to install this.  if anything's in the way,
+// then uninstall it first.
+function installOne (target, where, context, cb) {
+  // the --link flag makes this a "link" command if it's at the
+  // the top level.
+  if (where === npm.prefix && npm.config.get("link")
+      && !npm.config.get("global")) {
+    return localLink(target, where, context, cb)
+  }
+  installOne_(target, where, context, function (er, installedWhat) {
+
+    // check if this one is optional to its parent.
+    if (er && context.parent && context.parent.optionalDependencies &&
+        context.parent.optionalDependencies.hasOwnProperty(target.name)) {
+      log.warn("optional dep failed, continuing", target._id)
+      log.verbose("optional dep failed, continuing", [target._id, er])
+      er = null
+    }
+
+    cb(er, installedWhat)
+  })
+
+}
+
+function localLink (target, where, context, cb) {
+  log.verbose("localLink", target._id)
+  var jsonFile = path.resolve( npm.globalDir, target.name
+                             , "package.json" )
+    , parent = context.parent
+
+  readJson(jsonFile, log.warn, function (er, data) {
+    if (er && er.code !== "ENOENT" && er.code !== "ENOTDIR") return cb(er)
+    if (er || data._id === target._id) {
+      if (er) {
+        install( path.resolve(npm.globalDir, "..")
+               , target._id
+               , function (er) {
+          if (er) return cb(er, [])
+          thenLink()
+        })
+      } else thenLink()
+
+      function thenLink () {
+        npm.commands.link([target.name], function (er, d) {
+          log.silly("localLink", "back from link", [er, d])
+          cb(er, [resultList(target, where, parent && parent._id)])
+        })
+      }
+
+    } else {
+      log.verbose("localLink", "install locally (no link)", target._id)
+      installOne_(target, where, context, cb)
+    }
+  })
+}
+
+function resultList (target, where, parentId) {
+  var nm = path.resolve(where, "node_modules")
+    , targetFolder = path.resolve(nm, target.name)
+    , prettyWhere = where
+
+  if (!npm.config.get("global")) {
+    prettyWhere = path.relative(process.cwd(), where)
+  }
+
+  if (prettyWhere === ".") prettyWhere = null
+
+  if (!npm.config.get("global")) {
+    // print out the folder relative to where we are right now.
+    targetFolder = path.relative(process.cwd(), targetFolder)
+  }
+
+  return [ target._id
+         , targetFolder
+         , prettyWhere && parentId
+         , parentId && prettyWhere
+         , target._from ]
+}
+
+// name => install locations
+var installOnesInProgress = Object.create(null)
+
+function isIncompatibleInstallOneInProgress(target, where) {
+  return target.name in installOnesInProgress &&
+         installOnesInProgress[target.name].indexOf(where) !== -1
+}
+
+function installOne_ (target, where, context, cb) {
+  var nm = path.resolve(where, "node_modules")
+    , targetFolder = path.resolve(nm, target.name)
+    , prettyWhere = path.relative(process.cwd(), where)
+    , parent = context.parent
+
+  if (prettyWhere === ".") prettyWhere = null
+
+  if (isIncompatibleInstallOneInProgress(target, where)) {
+    var prettyTarget = path.relative(process.cwd(), targetFolder)
+
+    // just call back, with no error.  the error will be detected in the
+    // final check for peer-invalid dependencies
+    return cb()
+  }
+
+  if (!(target.name in installOnesInProgress)) {
+    installOnesInProgress[target.name] = []
+  }
+  installOnesInProgress[target.name].push(where)
+  var indexOfIOIP = installOnesInProgress[target.name].length - 1
+
+  chain
+    ( [ [checkEngine, target]
+      , [checkPlatform, target]
+      , [checkCycle, target, context.ancestors]
+      , [checkGit, targetFolder]
+      , [write, target, targetFolder, context] ]
+    , function (er, d) {
+        installOnesInProgress[target.name].splice(indexOfIOIP, 1)
+
+        if (er) return cb(er)
+
+        d.push(resultList(target, where, parent && parent._id))
+        cb(er, d)
+      }
+    )
+}
+
+function checkEngine (target, cb) {
+  var npmv = npm.version
+    , force = npm.config.get("force")
+    , nodev = force ? null : npm.config.get("node-version")
+    , strict = npm.config.get("engine-strict") || target.engineStrict
+    , eng = target.engines
+  if (!eng) return cb()
+  if (nodev && eng.node && !semver.satisfies(nodev, eng.node)
+      || eng.npm && !semver.satisfies(npmv, eng.npm)) {
+    if (strict) {
+      var er = new Error("Unsupported")
+      er.code = "ENOTSUP"
+      er.required = eng
+      er.pkgid = target._id
+      return cb(er)
+    } else {
+      log.warn( "engine", "%s: wanted: %j (current: %j)"
+              , target._id, eng, {node: nodev, npm: npm.version} )
+    }
+  }
+  return cb()
+}
+
+function checkPlatform (target, cb) {
+  var platform = process.platform
+    , arch = process.arch
+    , osOk = true
+    , cpuOk = true
+    , force = npm.config.get("force")
+
+  if (force) {
+    return cb()
+  }
+
+  if (target.os) {
+    osOk = checkList(platform, target.os)
+  }
+  if (target.cpu) {
+    cpuOk = checkList(arch, target.cpu)
+  }
+  if (!osOk || !cpuOk) {
+    var er = new Error("Unsupported")
+    er.code = "EBADPLATFORM"
+    er.os = target.os || ['any']
+    er.cpu = target.cpu || ['any']
+    er.pkgid = target._id
+    return cb(er)
+  }
+  return cb()
+}
+
+function checkList (value, list) {
+  var tmp
+    , match = false
+    , blc = 0
+  if (typeof list === "string") {
+    list = [list]
+  }
+  if (list.length === 1 && list[0] === "any") {
+    return true
+  }
+  for (var i = 0; i < list.length; ++i) {
+    tmp = list[i]
+    if (tmp[0] === '!') {
+      tmp = tmp.slice(1)
+      if (tmp === value) {
+        return false
+      }
+      ++blc
+    } else {
+      match = match || tmp === value
+    }
+  }
+  return match || blc === list.length
+}
+
+function checkCycle (target, ancestors, cb) {
+  // there are some very rare and pathological edge-cases where
+  // a cycle can cause npm to try to install a never-ending tree
+  // of stuff.
+  // Simplest:
+  //
+  // A -> B -> A' -> B' -> A -> B -> A' -> B' -> A -> ...
+  //
+  // Solution: Simply flat-out refuse to install any name@version
+  // that is already in the prototype tree of the ancestors object.
+  // A more correct, but more complex, solution would be to symlink
+  // the deeper thing into the new location.
+  // Will do that if anyone whines about this irl.
+  //
+  // Note: `npm install foo` inside of the `foo` package will abort
+  // earlier if `--force` is not set.  However, if it IS set, then
+  // we need to still fail here, but just skip the first level. Of
+  // course, it'll still fail eventually if it's a true cycle, and
+  // leave things in an undefined state, but that's what is to be
+  // expected when `--force` is used.  That is why getPrototypeOf
+  // is used *twice* here: to skip the first level of repetition.
+
+  var p = Object.getPrototypeOf(Object.getPrototypeOf(ancestors))
+    , name = target.name
+    , version = target.version
+  while (p && p !== Object.prototype && p[name] !== version) {
+    p = Object.getPrototypeOf(p)
+  }
+  if (p[name] !== version) return cb()
+
+  var er = new Error("Unresolvable cycle detected")
+  var tree = [target._id, JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(ancestors))]
+    , t = Object.getPrototypeOf(ancestors)
+  while (t && t !== Object.prototype) {
+    if (t === p) t.THIS_IS_P = true
+    tree.push(JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(t)))
+    t = Object.getPrototypeOf(t)
+  }
+  log.verbose("unresolvable dependency tree", tree)
+  er.pkgid = target._id
+  er.code = "ECYCLE"
+  return cb(er)
+}
+
+function checkGit (folder, cb) {
+  // if it's a git repo then don't touch it!
+  fs.lstat(folder, function (er, s) {
+    if (er || !s.isDirectory()) return cb()
+    else checkGit_(folder, cb)
+  })
+}
+
+function checkGit_ (folder, cb) {
+  fs.stat(path.resolve(folder, ".git"), function (er, s) {
+    if (!er && s.isDirectory()) {
+      var e = new Error("Appears to be a git repo or submodule.")
+      e.path = folder
+      e.code = "EISGIT"
+      return cb(e)
+    }
+    cb()
+  })
+}
+
+function write (target, targetFolder, context, cb_) {
+  var up = npm.config.get("unsafe-perm")
+    , user = up ? null : npm.config.get("user")
+    , group = up ? null : npm.config.get("group")
+    , family = context.family
+
+  function cb (er, data) {
+    // cache.unpack returns the data object, and all we care about
+    // is the list of installed packages from that last thing.
+    if (!er) return cb_(er, data)
+
+    if (false === npm.config.get("rollback")) return cb_(er)
+    npm.commands.unbuild([targetFolder], true, function (er2) {
+      if (er2) log.error("error rolling back", target._id, er2)
+      return cb_(er, data)
+    })
+  }
+
+  var bundled = []
+
+  chain
+    ( [ [ cache.unpack, target.name, target.version, targetFolder
+        , null, null, user, group ]
+      , [ fs, "writeFile"
+        , path.resolve(targetFolder, "package.json")
+        , JSON.stringify(target, null, 2) + "\n" ]
+      , [ lifecycle, target, "preinstall", targetFolder ]
+      , function (cb) {
+          if (!target.bundleDependencies) return cb()
+
+          var bd = path.resolve(targetFolder, "node_modules")
+          fs.readdir(bd, function (er, b) {
+            // nothing bundled, maybe
+            if (er) return cb()
+            bundled = b || []
+            cb()
+          })
+        } ]
+
+    // nest the chain so that we can throw away the results returned
+    // up until this point, since we really don't care about it.
+    , function X (er) {
+      if (er) return cb(er)
+
+      // before continuing to installing dependencies, check for a shrinkwrap.
+      var opt = { dev: npm.config.get("dev") }
+      readDependencies(context, targetFolder, opt, function (er, data, wrap) {
+        var deps = prepareForInstallMany(data, "dependencies", bundled, wrap,
+            family)
+        var depsTargetFolder = targetFolder
+        var depsContext = { family: family
+                          , ancestors: context.ancestors
+                          , parent: target
+                          , explicit: false
+                          , wrap: wrap }
+
+        var peerDeps = prepareForInstallMany(data, "peerDependencies", bundled,
+            wrap, family)
+        var pdTargetFolder = path.resolve(targetFolder, "..", "..")
+        var pdContext = context
+
+        var actions =
+          [ [ installManyAndBuild, deps, depsTargetFolder, depsContext ] ]
+
+        if (peerDeps.length > 0) {
+          actions.push(
+            [ installMany, peerDeps, pdTargetFolder, pdContext ]
+          )
+        }
+
+        chain(actions, cb)
+      })
+    })
+}
+
+function installManyAndBuild (deps, targetFolder, context, cb) {
+  installMany(deps, targetFolder, context, function (er, d) {
+    log.verbose("about to build", targetFolder)
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    npm.commands.build( [targetFolder]
+                      , npm.config.get("global")
+                      , true
+                      , function (er) { return cb(er, d) })
+  })
+}
+
+function prepareForInstallMany (packageData, depsKey, bundled, wrap, family) {
+  var deps = Object.keys(packageData[depsKey] || {})
+
+  // don't install bundleDependencies, unless they're missing.
+  if (packageData.bundleDependencies) {
+    deps = deps.filter(function (d) {
+      return packageData.bundleDependencies.indexOf(d) === -1 ||
+             bundled.indexOf(d) === -1
+    })
+  }
+
+  return deps.filter(function (d) {
+    // prefer to not install things that are satisfied by
+    // something in the "family" list, unless we're installing
+    // from a shrinkwrap.
+    if (wrap) return wrap
+    if (semver.validRange(family[d], true))
+      return !semver.satisfies(family[d], packageData[depsKey][d], true)
+    return true
+  }).map(function (d) {
+    var t = packageData[depsKey][d]
+      , parsed = url.parse(t.replace(/^git\+/, "git"))
+    t = d + "@" + t
+    return t
+  })
+}

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+// link with no args: symlink the folder to the global location
+// link with package arg: symlink the global to the local
+
+var npm = require("./npm.js")
+  , symlink = require("./utils/link.js")
+  , fs = require("graceful-fs")
+  , log = require("npmlog")
+  , asyncMap = require("slide").asyncMap
+  , chain = require("slide").chain
+  , path = require("path")
+  , rm = require("rimraf")
+  , build = require("./build.js")
+
+module.exports = link
+
+link.usage = "npm link (in package dir)"
+           + "\nnpm link <pkg> (link global into local)"
+
+link.completion = function (opts, cb) {
+  var dir = npm.globalDir
+  fs.readdir(dir, function (er, files) {
+    cb(er, files.filter(function (f) {
+      return !f.match(/^[\._-]/)
+    }))
+  })
+}
+
+function link (args, cb) {
+  if (process.platform === "win32") {
+    var semver = require("semver")
+    if (!semver.satisfies(process.version, ">=0.7.9")) {
+      var msg = "npm link not supported on windows prior to node 0.7.9"
+        , e = new Error(msg)
+      e.code = "ENOTSUP"
+      e.errno = require("constants").ENOTSUP
+      return cb(e)
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (npm.config.get("global")) {
+    return cb(new Error("link should never be --global.\n"
+                       +"Please re-run this command with --local"))
+  }
+
+  if (args.length === 1 && args[0] === ".") args = []
+  if (args.length) return linkInstall(args, cb)
+  linkPkg(npm.prefix, cb)
+}
+
+function linkInstall (pkgs, cb) {
+  asyncMap(pkgs, function (pkg, cb) {
+    function n (er, data) {
+      if (er) return cb(er, data)
+      // install returns [ [folder, pkgId], ... ]
+      // but we definitely installed just one thing.
+      var d = data.filter(function (d) { return !d[3] })
+      pp = d[0][1]
+      pkg = path.basename(pp)
+      target = path.resolve(npm.dir, pkg)
+      next()
+    }
+
+    var t = path.resolve(npm.globalDir, "..")
+      , pp = path.resolve(npm.globalDir, pkg)
+      , rp = null
+      , target = path.resolve(npm.dir, pkg)
+
+    // if it's a folder or a random not-installed thing, then
+    // link or install it first
+    if (pkg.indexOf("/") !== -1 || pkg.indexOf("\\") !== -1) {
+      return fs.lstat(path.resolve(pkg), function (er, st) {
+        if (er || !st.isDirectory()) {
+          npm.commands.install(t, pkg, n)
+        } else {
+          rp = path.resolve(pkg)
+          linkPkg(rp, n)
+        }
+      })
+    }
+
+    fs.lstat(pp, function (er, st) {
+      if (er) {
+        rp = pp
+        return npm.commands.install(t, pkg, n)
+      } else if (!st.isSymbolicLink()) {
+        rp = pp
+        next()
+      } else {
+        return fs.realpath(pp, function (er, real) {
+          if (er) log.warn("invalid symbolic link", pkg)
+          else rp = real
+          next()
+        })
+      }
+    })
+
+    function next () {
+      chain
+        ( [ [npm.commands, "unbuild", [target]]
+          , [function (cb) {
+              log.verbose("link", "symlinking %s to %s",  pp, target)
+              cb()
+            }]
+          , [symlink, pp, target]
+          // do run lifecycle scripts - full build here.
+          , rp && [build, [target]]
+          , [ resultPrinter, pkg, pp, target, rp ] ]
+        , cb )
+    }
+  }, cb)
+}
+
+function linkPkg (folder, cb_) {
+  var me = folder || npm.prefix
+    , readJson = require("read-package-json")
+
+  log.verbose("linkPkg", folder)
+
+  readJson(path.resolve(me, "package.json"), function (er, d) {
+    function cb (er) {
+      return cb_(er, [[d && d._id, target, null, null]])
+    }
+    if (er) return cb(er)
+    var target = path.resolve(npm.globalDir, d.name)
+    rm(target, function (er) {
+      if (er) return cb(er)
+      symlink(me, target, function (er) {
+        if (er) return cb(er)
+        log.verbose("link", "build target", target)
+        // also install missing dependencies.
+        npm.commands.install(me, [], function (er, installed) {
+          if (er) return cb(er)
+          // build the global stuff.  Don't run *any* scripts, because
+          // install command already will have done that.
+          build([target], true, build._noLC, true, function (er) {
+            if (er) return cb(er)
+            resultPrinter(path.basename(me), me, target, cb)
+          })
+        })
+      })
+    })
+  })
+}
+
+function resultPrinter (pkg, src, dest, rp, cb) {
+  if (typeof cb !== "function") cb = rp, rp = null
+  var where = dest
+  rp = (rp || "").trim()
+  src = (src || "").trim()
+  // XXX If --json is set, then look up the data from the package.json
+  if (npm.config.get("parseable")) {
+    return parseableOutput(dest, rp || src, cb)
+  }
+  if (rp === src) rp = null
+  console.log(where + " -> " + src + (rp ? " -> " + rp: ""))
+  cb()
+}
+
+function parseableOutput (dest, rp, cb) {
+  // XXX this should match ls --parseable and install --parseable
+  // look up the data from package.json, format it the same way.
+  //
+  // link is always effectively "long", since it doesn't help much to
+  // *just* print the target folder.
+  // However, we don't actually ever read the version number, so
+  // the second field is always blank.
+  console.log(dest + "::" + rp)
+  cb()
+}



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