Node.js and NPM
for Windows and Linux
This page appears in the Settings dialog box, when the Node.js plugin is enabled. The plugin is not bundled with CLion, but it can be installed from the JetBrains plugin repository as described in Installing, Updating and Uninstalling Repository Plugins and Enabling and Disabling Plugins.
|Node interpreter|| In this field, specify the local Node.js interpreter to use. Choose the interpreter from the drop-down list or click and choose the interpreter in the dialog box that opens. |
|Version||This read-only field shows the current version of the runtime environment.|
|Code Assistance|| When developing a Node.js application it can be convenient to have code completion, reference resolution, validation, and debugging capabilities for Node core modules (|
- If the Node.js core module sources are not set up, CLion displays a notification Node.js Core Library is not enabled with an Enable button. Click this button to have CLion configure Node.js Core sources automatically.
When the configuration is completed, CLion displays information about the currently configured version, the notification Node.js Core Library is enabled, and adds two buttons: the Disable button and the Usage scope button.
- If the library is set up, CLion displays information about the currently configured version, the notification Node.js Core Library is enabled, and adds two buttons: the Disable button and the Usage scope button.
- Click the Disable button to discard the configuration of the Node.js Core libraries in the current project.
- Click the Usage scope button to associate the desired directories with libraries.
| Packages || A number of tools are started through Node.js, for example, the CoffeeScript, TypeScript, and Less compilers, YUI, UglifyJS, and Closure compressors, Karma test runner, Grunt task runner, etc. The Node Package Manager (npm) is the easiest way to install these tools, the more so that you have to install Node.js anyway. The Packages area shows a list of all the NPM-dependent packages that are currently installed on your computer. |
- Package: this read-only field shows the name of a package, exactly as it should be referenced if you were installing it in the command line mode.
- Version: this read-only field shows the version of the package installed on your computer.
- Latest: this read-only field shows the latest released version of the package. If a package is not up-to-date, it is marked with a blue arrow .
- Click to have a new package installed. In the Available Packages dialog box that opens, select the relevant package. To have the package installed globally, select the Options check box and type
-g in the Options text box. Global installation makes the package available at the CLion level so it can be used in any CLion project. Click Install Package when ready.
- Click to have the selected package removed.
- Click to have the current version of the selected package replaced with the latest released version. The button is enabled only when the selected project is not up-to-date.
Language and Framework-Specific Guidelines:
Last modified: 16 August 2017