Provides a local NPM registry that also proxies and caches unknown node packages from the original npm registry at http://registry.npmjs.org.
It's available from the official NPM registry, so all you need is:
npm install -g nopar
On my build server I create an archive (see
scripts/package) and extract the
whole shebang into
/usr/local/nopar with an install script
If you installed NOPAR via
npm install -g nopar, then a start script is be
installed into your path and you can simply run:
With the default configuration, the registry is available at http://localhost:5984/. Point your browser at it and you should see an empty registry.
Fill your local registry by configuring the npm command to use it:
npm config set registry http://localhost:5984/ npm cache clear npm login
Sometimes npm seems confused with cached packages from other repositories, clearing the cache remedies those issues.
The login is required for npm to work but NOPAR doesn't implement any user management and currently accepts everyone.
Install packages with
npm install PACKAGE and NOPAR will automatically proxy
and cache the packages and dependencies into your private NOPAR.
Of course you can also publish to NOPAR. Those packages won't get promoted to the official registry by NOPAR and will be marked with a green "local" tag in the browser interface.
For configuring the registry, see the section "Default Environment Variables" below.
The service's defaults are configured via environment variables. The following parameters are available:
If the environment variable
NOPAR_RUNAS_USER is set, the service will run
as a daemon.
You can override some of those settings from within NOPAR on the Settings page. Everything that is set in the Settings page takes priority over the environment variables.
There's an example upstart configuration file that you can use and adapt for your own purpose: