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NODE_ENV=production in Windows
For anyone wondering how to set the Node environment to production in Windows, first:
npm install --python=C:\Python27\python
(or whatever your path to the Python 2.7 executable is).
Martin Imfeld5,403 Points
Would not the
--production flag be an easier to remember option? Or is this not equivalent to setting the
npm install --production
okey actually i've done this with just using Git bash in the directory of the project