Node or NPM conflict between Mint(Ubuntu) cli and Terminal+/cli

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    I am working on an Angular project, and have a weird issue that seems to be about the Terminal+ shell environment, somehow.

    I’ve included my version output from npm, if that’s of interest:
    $ npm version
    ‘fueland-info’: ‘0.0.0’,
    npm: ‘6.14.12’,
    ares: ‘1.16.1’,
    brotli: ‘1.0.9’,
    cldr: ‘37.0’,
    icu: ‘67.1’,
    llhttp: ‘2.1.3’,
    modules: ’83’,
    napi: ‘7’,
    nghttp2: ‘1.41.0’,
    node: ‘14.16.1’,
    openssl: ‘1.1.1k’,
    tz: ‘2020a’,
    unicode: ‘13.0’,
    uv: ‘1.40.0’,
    v8: ‘8.4.371.19-node.18’,
    zlib: ‘1.2.11’

    My issue is that the generated app acts differently when run within the eclipse/Terminal+ environment (whether using the start button, or just using ng serve in the command line), than the same app run in an actual bash terminal window.

    If run in a standard terminal window, everything works as expected, but within the eclipse/Terminal+ environment, it’s as if some of the modules are not available (In this case, it acts as if BroserAnimationModule (Or NoopAnimationModule) are not present.

    I’ve spent a couple days looking for a difference between the environments, and am a bit stumped.
    I’m hoping someone there has some clue to give me on this

    #673180 Reply

    Salvador Cabrera

    Hi jbeard,

    Can you please let us know what version of angular and angular cli you are using?
    Also, please try running the application using SKIP_DISABLE_IVY=1 ng serve and check if there is any difference.


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    Hi Sal,

    Both environments report as follows:
    Angular CLI: 11.2.8
    Node: 14.16.1
    OS: linux x64

    Angular: 11.2.9
    … animations, common, compiler, compiler-cli, core, forms
    … language-service, platform-browser, platform-browser-dynamic
    … router
    Ivy Workspace: Yes

    Package Version
    @angular-devkit/architect 0.1102.8
    @angular-devkit/build-angular 0.1102.8
    @angular-devkit/core 11.2.8
    @angular-devkit/schematics 11.2.8
    @angular/cdk 11.2.8
    @angular/cli 11.2.8
    @angular/material 11.2.8
    @schematics/angular 11.2.8
    @schematics/update 0.1102.8
    rxjs 6.5.3
    typescript 4.0.6

    I can report though that your suggestion to run with “SKIP_DISABLE_IVY=1 ng serve” does fix the problem in Terminal+ (without causing issues running in a regular terminal).

    Thanks for that

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