What to do with package-lock.json
When I use npm to control MagicMirror2, commands frequently return the following message:
npm notice created a lockfile as package-lock.json. You should commit this file.
I’m writing some documentation to supplement what is available, and I would like to know more about how MagicMirror2 gets updated. The developers of npm recommend committing this file, as do developers of other products that use npm. See the npm documentation.
Do the developers of MagicMirror2 recommend deleting it or committing it?
@EveningStarNM Ignore it, if an update won’t happen because of it, delete it then.