Run a local NPM registry for private packages with fallback to publich registry.
A private NPM registry running on localhost that falls back to public. Requires
$ npm install npm-private $ brew install couchdb $ npm-private install
$ npm-private start $ npm info npm ... $ npm config get registry http://localhost:5986 $ npm-private stop $ npm config get registry https://registry.npmjs.org/
Before you can publish locally, you need to create and login with a local NPM user. If you create a user with the same credential locally as you have in the public registry you won't have to relogin every time when you toggle private/public.
$ npm login ...
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Copyright (c) 2014 Alex Gorbatchev
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