How to display all yarn global packages?
Remember that yarn add global you weren't sure about?
tldr; For those who use it for the first time and for those who always forget the command (a.k.a. me), this is how to display yarn globally installed packages:
yarn global list
Don't forget you can also run these to find a specific command or get more information on one.
yarn --help yarn help COMMAND
Here's an explanation of the global prefix: yarn global | Yarn.
Joke's on you! There's nothing much after this
tldr; actually. So I'll explain how my mind wanders as this ✌️article✌️ was written.
A few minutes after needing to use this task to verify if I have any left over yarn global package (you know, left from some debugging session you forgot about? no? just me?), I decide to add it to my glorious new blog created two days ago, 1punchkim.com and for some curious reason now, you're reading it .
back on track 👉 Actually not on track, you can skip this part. IRL thought process:
- I remember that my terminal is pretty good looking and I should use a quick screenshot of that window to use as a cover for this ✌️article✌️.
- I have the great idea of changing the window's name into a secret message, but have no funny quote -- wait I just came up with one. Well, it was gonna be the name of the article yarn blah blah global. Wasn't great, wasn't great.
- Uploaded though, it looks quite blurred out... too small. Let's put it on a background instead.
- Let's head to Figma!
- Let's put a catchy gradient background!
- Fast forward to the present (this short story caught up to the present), the cover picture is not that bad. I don't hate it, I don't love it. But you know, ~I'm not a designer~ ...
- Heck, you know what I'll add an emoji or two.
I hope you enjoyed this dev adventure and found the solution(s) to your problem(s).
Did you find this article valuable?
Support Kim, Min Soo by becoming a sponsor. Any amount is appreciated!