I’m posting this because, even if really basic stuff, I’ve bumped my head with this wall way too many times before successfully managing to accomplish the task: Use
yarn add to pull a dependency while using a git repo as the source.
It is, in fact, really simple (though I feel is way to verbose (? ):
yarn add git+ssh://[email protected]:organization/project
You can even specify use a branch or particular commit by adding it at the end, like this:
# To point to a branch: yarn add git+ssh://[email protected]:organization/project#dev # To point to a commit we just use the hash (short one is this case): yarn add git+ssh://[email protected]:organization/project#c8023772
It’s also listed in the official docs: https://yarnpkg.com/lang/en/docs/cli/add/
So, have you ever had to do this? Do you find it useful?
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