Lists packages whose latest available version does not satisfy the specification in package.json.
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npm install npmedge
|4||downloads in the last day|
|71||downloads in the last week|
|166||downloads in the last month|
|Last Published By|
|Version||0.1.5 last updated 2 months ago|
|Keywords||latest, version, packages, package, update, outdated, discover, new, upgrade|
|Dependencies||semver, async, valentine, optimist, npm|
|Starred by||gimenete, graemef|
npm install -g npmedge to install globally, or
npm install npmedge to install locally.
Lists packages whose latest available version does not satisfy the specification in package.json. Useful when your package.json contains specific versions of packages and you want to check if the specification is outdated thus discovering new versions.
npmedge in a folder with
package.json file or specify the path to it - run
If you have installed npmedge locally, then run
./node_modules/.bin/npmedge instead of
If it does not work, try to run