When trying to install the npm packages using
npm i command I am getting the following exception:
I have tried reinstalling the node js package and setting proxy to off using:
set HTTP_PROXY= set HTTPS_PROXY=
The issue is still there. What I am doing wrong?
When I run the following command:
npm install --legacy-peer-deps
The following error is displayed:
This is not related to http proxy.
You have dependency conflict (incorrect and potentially broken dependency) as it says, So try to to run the command with
--legacy-peer-deps. If it doesn’t take effect, the temporary solution is using prior versions of the node (Downgrading node version) as it causes to happen such this errors sometimes.
Update based on OP’s Update:
As you see, it fires the following error :
No matching version found for @angular/http@^9.1.4.
Take a look at
angular/http page. Note that the latest version for that deprecated package is
7.2.16 while you request an upper version (e.g
^9.1.4)! So, try to check the project dependencies and follow the raised errors in order to solve the problem.