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       nodeenv - nodeenv


       nodeenv [OPTIONS] ENV_DIR


              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -n NODE_VER, --node=NODE_VER
              The  node.js  version to use, e.g., --node=0.4.3 will use the node-v0.4.3 to create
              the new environment. The default is last stable version (`latest`). Use `system` to
              use system-wide node.

       -i, --iojs
              Use iojs instead of nodejs.

       -j JOBS, --jobs=JOBS
              Sets number of parallel commands at node.js compilation. The default is 2 jobs.

              Sets maximum load average for executing parallel commands at node.js compilation.

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose mode

       -q, --quiet
              Quiet mode

       -C CONFIG_FILE, --config-file=CONFIG_FILE
              Load  a different file than '~/.nodeenvrc'. Pass an empty string for no config (use
              built-in defaults).

       -r FILENAME, --requirements=FILENAME
              Install all the packages listed in the given requirements file.

              Provides an alternative prompt prefix for this environment

       -l, --list
              Lists available node.js versions

              Install npm packages from file without node

              Build node.js without SSL support

              Build debug variant of the node.js

              Enable profiling for node.js

              Build without installing npm into the new virtual environment. Required for node.js
              < 0.6.3. By default, the npm included with node.js is used.

              The  npm  version to use, e.g., --npm=0.3.18 will use the npm-0.3.18.tgz tarball to
              install. The default is last available version (`latest`).

              Skip the npm 0.x cleanup.  Cleanup is enabled by default.

       -p, --python-virtualenv
              Use current python virtualenv

       -c, --clean-src
              Remove "src" directory after installation

              Force installation in a pre-existing directory

       -m MAKE_PATH, --make=MAKE_PATH
              Path to make command

              Install node.js from prebuilt package


       nodeenv was primarily written by Eugene Kalinin.


       Documentation for nodeenv is available online at