npm-stop - Man Page

Name

npm-stop ā€” Stop a package

Synopsis

npm stop [-- <args>]

Description

This runs a predefined command specified in the "stop" property of a package's "scripts" object.

Unlike with npm help start, there is no default script that will run if the "stop" property is not defined.

Example

{
  "scripts": {
    "stop": "node bar.js"
  }
}
npm stop

> npm@x.x.x stop
> node bar.js

(bar.js output would be here)

Configuration

<!-- AUTOGENERATED CONFIG DESCRIPTIONS START --> <!-- automatically generated, do not edit manually -->

ignore-scripts

  • Default: false
  • Type: Boolean

If true, npm does not run scripts specified in package.json files.

Note that commands explicitly intended to run a particular script, such as npm start, npm stop, npm restart, npm test, and npm run-script will still run their intended script if ignore-scripts is set, but they will not run any pre- or post-scripts.

script-shell

  • Default: '/bin/sh' on POSIX systems, 'cmd.exe' on Windows
  • Type: null or String

The shell to use for scripts run with the npm exec, npm run and npm init <pkg> commands. <!-- AUTOGENERATED CONFIG DESCRIPTIONS END -->

See Also

  • npm help run-script
  • npm help scripts
  • npm help test
  • npm help start
  • npm help restart

Info

July 2021