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issue openedactions/github-script

Future of Octokit

Octokit seems discontinued? Any idea what that means for your repo?

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issue openedoctokit/graphql.js

Cannot get response headers


I was thinking about client-side request caching to optimize some CLI requests, I would probably need to get the request response headers for that.

Unless I missed something, it looks like there is no way to retrieve the response headers once the Github request.

Is that something that could be done?

Maybe with an option?

Without extended option (as it is currently)

    request: {
        extendedResponse: false
const data = await graphql(query);

With extended option (what I would need)

    request: {
        extendedResponse: true
const response = await graphql(query);
const { data, request } = response;
console.log(request.status); // HTTP status
console.log(request.headers); // response headers
console.log(; // actual response

Any thoughts?

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issue commentmicrosoft/rushstack

[rush] Implement pnpm publish config directory

This has nothing to do with a "root package.json".

That's a simple publish config directory setup.

  • packages/pkg-1/package.json


  "name": "pkg-1",
  "version": "1.0.0",
  "publishConfig": {
    "directory": "dist"
  • packages/pkg-1/dist/package.json (this file, similar to packages/pkg-1/package.json, enable the symlinking when present at the pnpm install time, dist is the root of the published NPM package)
  • packages/pkg-2/package.json
  • packages/pkg-2/node_modules/pkg-1 ----> this is the symlink to packages/pkg-1/dist and not packages/pkg-1


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push eventsoundstep/pnpm-publish-dir

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Added pnpm workspaces.

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Demo of the pnpm publish directory

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issue openedpnpm/pnpm


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pnpm version:


Code to reproduce the issue:

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Running a pnpm install in a pnpm workspace repo shows a checksum integrity error.

Important notes:

  • we did have an issue with this package, which we re-published.
  • this is happening on one laptop only, it is fine with other laptops (rm -rf ~/.pnpm-store solved the issue everywhere else) and developing on a remote machine is not showing the error.

This is some kind of cache issue with pnpm on one laptop, but I don't seem to be able to fix it, any help is appreciated.

Is there any kind of cache that I'm aware of?

I tried:

  • rebooting laptop
  • uninstall and reinstall pnpm
  • fresh repo clone
  • delete store: rm -rf ~/.pnpm-store
  • run npm store prune
  • deleting all node_modules folders in the monorepo
  • deleting pnpm-lock.yaml

pnpm-debug log:

Expected behavior:

pnpm install should finish correctly

Actual behavior:

Seeing an integrity error.

ERR_PNPM_ERR_PNPM_TARBALL_INTEGRITY  The lockfile is broken! A full installation will be performed in an attempt to fix it.
ERR_PNPM_TARBALL_INTEGRITY  Got unexpected checksum for "". Wanted "sha1-LzKyUD3fuw6CAtXub9YYg2iPE6o=". Got "sha512-5xaPV65B0zHXEk+sp+sVOLB3N8le6aXbXzHVf5QS8vpB7wRnkcKEq6pRhk/QciK2IjEbftFXgX1y6kZdsuQrCQ== sha1-WmK+kR0/No47/wC2dHM0pIzEFSo="

Additional information:

  • node -v prints: 12.17.0
  • Windows, macOS, or Linux?: MacOS

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issue openedmicrosoft/rushstack

[rush] Implement pnpm publish config directory

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For context, I'm evaluating Rush from a current pnpm workspaces monorepo.

Packages specifying a are not symlinked where they are used.

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  1. Create a Rush moreporepo (pnpm)
  2. Create a PackageA with a package.json containing:
    "publishConfig": {
        "directory": "my-lib"
  1. Create a package.json and an index.js file in PackageA/my-lib (this is the actual npm package)
  2. Create a PackageB that is using the PackageA (as a package.json dependency)
  3. Run rush update / rush install to install the dependencies

Expected result: PackageA should be symlinked in PackageB, pointing to the my-lib folder. Actual result: PackageB is currently downloaded from the npm registry rather than being symlinked.


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Verifying the symlinks:

ls -la packages/package-b/node_modules

Here is a real output from our morerepo.

  • with Rush:
$ ls -la apps/fe-cassandra/node_modules/@my-org

fe-cerberus@ -> ../../../../packages/fe-cerberus
fe-components@ -> ../../../../common/temp/node_modules/.pnpm/@my-org+fe-components@1.9.20/node_modules/@my-org/fe-components

fe-cerberus: correctly symlinked fe-components: not correctly symlinked

  • without Rush (just pnpm workspaces)
$ ls -la apps/fe-cassandra/node_modules/@my-org

fe-cerberus@ -> ../../../../packages/fe-cerberus
fe-components@ -> ../../../../packages/fe-components/lib

fe-cerberus: correctly symlinked fe-components: correctly symlinked (notice the lib directory which is what is specified in our

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@microsoft/rush globally installed version? 5.54.0 /usr/local/bin/rush
rushVersion from rush.json? 5.54.0
useWorkspaces from rush.json? false
Operating system? Mac
Would you consider contributing a PR? unsure
Node.js version (node -v)? 12.17.0

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