Nice tip from Chris Ferdinandi:
node_modulesdirectories contained 50mb of stuff on the small side, and over 200mb of files in some cases. Over a few dozen projects, that really adds up!
Two dozen projects with 200 MB worth of
node_modules? That’s nearly 5 GB of space for a bunch of stuff you’ve probably forgotten is even there, isn’t doing anything, and if you need again is a single command away. I feel like there should almost be a reaper app for these folders, deleting them if they haven’t been touched in a few weeks.
# Mac/Linux find . -name "node_modules" -type d -prune -print | xargs du -chs # Windows FOR /d /r . %d in (node_modules) DO @IF EXIST "%d" echo %d"
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