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Anatoly Orlov
Anatoly Orlov
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npm install using different versions of dependable software (python=python2)

We used npm install with option --python=python2. I found it very convenient, but I didn't find this in npm documentation.

How can I use it for another software, php for example. I have several versions of php on my mac for different projects. Can I specify path to php version, that I need instead of bash command?

Where can I read more about this parameter?