Due to all of the problems I’ve had upgrading to 1.6 due to duplicate files in various node_module directories, I’d like to get rid of everything I don’t need and do a clean install using choco, but at this point, I don’t know what is safe to delete. I’ve been updating Meteor for my project since 1.1.4 and have what would seem to be lots of unneeded node_module directories. I have one under
that I believe should just contain modules that myProject needs, there is one under
that I’m guessing is created as part of the build process, one under
that contains the modules Meteor needs, one under
which I think are global npm installs, and one under
that I have no idea what is used for.
In addition, under the
AppData/.../meteor-tool directory I have multiple old installs.
My question is, what can I delete? I would guess the entire
AppData/Local/.meteor directory can be removed, and possibly the one under
Users/Ron. If I remove the one under
myProject will it get recreated after I install 1.6.0 64-bit and I do the first rebuild of myProject?
Can anyone provide some guidance? Or am I going to have to make a copy of everything and then do it via trial and error?