npm-logout — Log out of the registry
Note: This command is unaware of workspaces.
When logged into a registry that supports token-based authentication, tell the server to end this token's session. This will invalidate the token everywhere you're using it, not just for the current environment.
When logged into a legacy registry that uses username and password authentication, this will clear the credentials in your user configuration. In this case, it will only affect the current environment.
If --scope is provided, this will find the credentials for the registry connected to that scope, if set.
- Default: "https://registry.npmjs.org/"
- Type: URL
The base URL of the npm registry.
- Default: the scope of the current project, if any, or ""
- Type: String
Associate an operation with a scope for a scoped registry.
Useful when logging in to or out of a private registry:
# log in, linking the scope to the custom registry npm login --scope=@mycorp --registry=https://registry.mycorp.com # log out, removing the link and the auth token npm logout --scope=@mycorp
This will cause @mycorp to be mapped to the registry for future installation of packages specified according to the pattern @mycorp/package.
This will also cause npm init to create a scoped package.
# accept all defaults, and create a package named "@foo/whatever", # instead of just named "whatever" npm init --scope=@foo --yes
- npm help adduser
- npm help registry
- npm help config
- npm help whoami