Be aware npm configurations are valid on the classic version
The classic version is able to regonize the
.npmrc file, but also provides their own configuration file named
To set up a registry, create a file and define a registry.
By using this version you should enable
always-auth in your configuration running:
npm config set always-auth true
firstname.lastname@example.org does not send the authorization header on
yarn install if your packages requires authentication, by enabling
always-auth will force yarn do it on each request.
Yarn Berry (>=2.x)
Yarn berry does not recognize
For defining a registry you must use the
.yarnrc.yml located in the root of your project or global configuration.
When you publish a package the
npmRegistryServer must be used. Keep in mind the
publishConfig.registry in the
package.json will override this configuration.
unsafeHttpWhitelistis only need it if you don't use
httpswith a valid certificate.
Using scopes is also possible and more segmented, you can define a token peer scope if is required.
for logging via CLi use:
yarn npm login --scope my-company