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From "Lukas Plachy (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CB-13588) cordova-create fail to copy template on Windows when nodejs global node_modules where it is installed in is in a different directory than the default one (AppData\Roaming)
Date Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:44:00 GMT

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Lukas Plachy updated CB-13588:
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    Description: 
If the npm is run without the wrong(*) content in npmrc, then as you may see, cordova create
fails again in the very same way, even when the npm is allready able to work as expected.
correct__g_install_fail_npmrc.png
If you are not comfort with the "local install" override, or the npmrc content deletition,
then you might find the command '*npm install -g cordova --prefix D:\mynodejsdirectory*' more
compliant with correct usage. And as you may see (correct__g_install_fail_using_prefix.png),
the error which this ticket is about, remains in place in all three soltuions I have presented
you here, despite the '-g' install. So I still have to insist on the fact, that there is someting
wrong in Cordova code.

(*)  incorrect handling of npmrc file containing the string 'prefix=${APPDATA}\npm' in contrast
to the expected behvaior as described in https://docs.npmjs.com/cli/npm#directories

  was:
If the npm is run without the wrong(*) content in npmrc, then as you may see, cordova create
fails again in the very same way, even when the npm is allready able to work as expected.
correct__g_install_fail_npmrc.png
If you are not comfort with the "local install" override, or the npmrc content deletition,
then you might find the command '*npm install -g cordova --prefix D:\mynodejsdirectory*' more
compliant with correct usage. And as you may see (correct__g_install_fail_using_prefix.png),
the error which this ticket is about, remains in place in all three soltuions I have presented
you here, despite the '-g' install. So I still have to insist on the fact, that there is someting
wrong in Cordova code.

*)  incorrect handling of npmrc file containing the string 'prefix=${APPDATA}\npm' in contrast
to the expected behvaior as described in https://docs.npmjs.com/cli/npm#directories


> cordova-create fail to copy template on Windows when nodejs global node_modules where
it is installed in is in a different directory than the default one (AppData\Roaming)
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CB-13588
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-13588
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: cordova-create
>            Reporter: Lukas Plachy
>
> If the npm is run without the wrong(*) content in npmrc, then as you may see, cordova
create fails again in the very same way, even when the npm is allready able to work as expected.
correct__g_install_fail_npmrc.png
> If you are not comfort with the "local install" override, or the npmrc content deletition,
then you might find the command '*npm install -g cordova --prefix D:\mynodejsdirectory*' more
compliant with correct usage. And as you may see (correct__g_install_fail_using_prefix.png),
the error which this ticket is about, remains in place in all three soltuions I have presented
you here, despite the '-g' install. So I still have to insist on the fact, that there is someting
wrong in Cordova code.
> (*)  incorrect handling of npmrc file containing the string 'prefix=${APPDATA}\npm' in
contrast to the expected behvaior as described in https://docs.npmjs.com/cli/npm#directories



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