pnpm is a fast, disk space efficient package manager. It uses a content-addressable filesystem to store all files for all module directories on disk. When using npm or Yarn, if you have 100 projects that use lodash, you will have 100 copies of lodash on disk, whereas with pnpm lodash will be stored in a content-addressable memory.

pnpm 7.20 is officially released, the updates are as follows:


  • pnpm got its own implementation of the following commands:

    • pnpm config get
    • pnpm config set
    • pnpm config delete
    • pnpm config list

    In previous versions, these commands were implemented through the npm CLI.

  • exist pnpm view Add a display alias to the

  • pnpm from its own global configuration file $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/pnpm/rc Read settings in

  • existlicenses listAdd in output description field


  • if node_modules was created by pnpm version 7.18 or earlier,pnpm rebuild should not fail
  • pnpm env should print help
  • Run pre-release scripts for packages installed from Git
  • pnpm rebuild Better error messages should be printed when pending dependencies are not found

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