I’m seeing this in my console when I update my package.json file, I think. So far, I don’t feel any negative impact from this. I think I may have forcefully updated the pnpm version a few months ago, possibly by following instructions in console and copy-pasting the npm install libraries. (I later learned that we shouldn’t install in console)
I actually have another problem that is somewhat related/unrelated to this. When I update package.json to include a new dependency for my project(cloudscraper for me), and when I do require(‘cloudscraper’), I get the following error messages in my vue project:
It is saying ‘fs’ and ‘tls’ libraries were not found. I checked the dependencies required for cloudscraper and I noticed it requires 4 dependencies, each of which require more dependencies/devDependencies.
I’m guessing these dependencies/devDependencies will mostly be automatically installed unless I encounter this kind of error message where these dependencies are not found?
So all I need to do is, look up info regarding ‘fs’ and ‘tls’ in npmjs.com and update package.json accordingly? (I’ll start doing this immediately)
Edit: But it says fs cannot be found by pnpm