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NAME

       npm - a JavaScript package manager

       Build Status https://travis-ci.org/npm/npm

SYNOPSIS

       This is just enough info to get you up and running.

       Much more info available via npm help once it's installed.

IMPORTANT

       You need node v4 or higher to run this program.

       To install an old and unsupported version of npm that works on node v0.12 and prior, clone
       the git repo and dig through the old tags and branches.

       npm is configured to use npm, Inc.'s public package registry at https://registry.npmjs.org
       by default.

       You  can  configure  npm  to  use  any compatible registry you like, and even run your own
       registry. Check out the doc on registries https://docs.npmjs.com/misc/registry.

       Use of someone else's registry may be governed by terms of use. The terms of use  for  the
       default public registry are available at https://www.npmjs.com.

Super Easy Install

       npm is bundled with node https://nodejs.org/en/download/.

   Windows Computers
       Get the MSI https://nodejs.org/en/download/.  npm is in it.

   Apple Macintosh Computers
       Get the pkg https://nodejs.org/en/download/.  npm is in it.

   Other Sorts of Unices
       Run make install.  npm will be installed with node.

       If  you want a more fancy pants install (a different version, customized paths, etc.) then
       read on.

Fancy Install (Unix)

       There's a pretty robust  install  script  at  https://www.npmjs.com/install.sh.   You  can
       download that and run it.

       Here's an example using curl:

         curl -L https://www.npmjs.com/install.sh | sh

   Slightly Fancier
       You can set any npm configuration params with that script:

         npm_config_prefix=/some/path sh install.sh

       Or, you can run it in uber-debuggery mode:

         npm_debug=1 sh install.sh

   Even Fancier
       Get  the  code  with  git.  Use make to build the docs and do other stuff.  If you plan on
       hacking on npm, make link is your friend.

       If you've got the npm source code, you can also semi-permanently set arbitrary config keys
       using   the   ./configure  --key=val  ...,  and  then  run  npm  commands  by  doing  node
       bin/npm-cli.js <command> <args>.  (This is helpful for testing, or running  stuff  without
       actually installing npm itself.)

Windows Install or Upgrade

       Many  improvements  for  Windows  users  have  been made in npm 3 - you will have a better
       experience if you run a recent version of npm. To upgrade, either use Microsoft's  upgrade
       tool https://github.com/felixrieseberg/npm-windows-upgrade, download a new version of Node
       https://nodejs.org/en/download/, or follow the Windows upgrade  instructions  in  the  npm
       Troubleshooting Guide ./TROUBLESHOOTING.md.

       If that's not fancy enough for you, then you can fetch the code with git, and mess with it
       directly.

Installing on Cygwin

       No.

Uninstalling

       So sad to see you go.

         sudo npm uninstall npm -g

       Or, if that fails,

         sudo make uninstall

More Severe Uninstalling

       Usually, the above instructions are sufficient.  That will remove npm,  but  leave  behind
       anything you've installed.

       If you would like to remove all the packages that you have installed, then you can use the
       npm ls command to find them, and then npm rm to remove them.

       To remove cruft left behind by npm 0.x, you can use the included clean-old.sh script file.
       You can run it conveniently like this:

         npm explore npm -g -- sh scripts/clean-old.sh

       npm  uses  two  configuration  files,  one  for  per-user  configs, and another for global
       (every-user) configs.  You can view them by doing:

         npm config get userconfig   # defaults to ~/.npmrc
         npm config get globalconfig # defaults to /usr/local/etc/npmrc

       Uninstalling npm does not remove configuration files by default.   You  must  remove  them
       yourself  manually  if  you want them gone.  Note that this means that future npm installs
       will not remember the settings that you have chosen.

More Docs

       Check out the docs https://docs.npmjs.com/.

       You can use the npm help command to read any of them.

       If you're a developer, and you want to use npm to publish your program,  you  should  read
       this https://docs.npmjs.com/misc/developers.

BUGS

       When you find issues, please report them:

       · web: https://github.com/npm/npm/issues

       Be  sure  to  include all of the output from the npm command that didn't work as expected.
       The npm-debug.log file is also helpful to provide.

       You can also  find  npm  people  in  #npm  on  https://package.community/  or  on  Twitter
       https://twitter.com/npm_support.   Whoever  responds  will  no  doubt  tell you to put the
       output in a gist or email.

SEE ALSO

       · npm help npm

       · npm help help

       · npm help 7 index

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