Any of those help The command should be yarn -v or yarn --version As you ran yarn with incorrect command line arguments the current implementation of Yarn silently ignores them. The Yarn documentation states that running yarn with no args will run yarn install. This is why it starts to install
How to have yarn fail on yarn install when package.json and yarn.lock are out of sync?
$ yarn install --frozen-lockfile
yarn install v0.27.5
warning ../package.json: No license field
[1/4] Resolving packages...
error Your lockfile needs to be updated, but yarn was run with `--frozen-lockfile`.
Remove duplicate packages and difference between yarn install --pure-lockfile and yarn install frozen-lockfile
By : Hemanth
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue So from research (https://github.com/yarnpkg/yarn/issues/4379) Frozen-lockfile since it will fail only if your lock file needs changing and is not consistent. Pure-lockfile you may have a lockfile close to being useless or very inaccurate but you still wouldn't get a failure. Yarn would simply use the internal resolutions it calculated happily.
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Try running sudo rm -rf /home/minnak/Darbas/market/node_modules/ and then yarn without elevated permissions.
Why is my yarn.lock file changing when running yarn install after incrementing version in package.json?
By : user3045558
Date : December 02 2020, 10:46 PM
this one helps. If you change the dependency version in the package.json, the lock file will be updated to reflect that. The purpose of the lock file is two fold. One, to allow you (and your peers) to use the dependencies' versions which you know will work and have been tested for. And two, for dependency authors to specify what versions the dependencies of your dependencies to use. The goal is stability here. If you want to play around and see the purpose of the lock file, create a your own npm module and push it to the npm registry with v1.0.0. Then in your project, add this module as a dependency with something like "myModule": "1.x.x". If you were to install your modules now, you would have "myModule v1.0.0", and your lock file would reflect this.
How to automatically install missing yarn packages?
By : Luigi Sorbara
Date : September 15 2020, 10:00 PM
With these it helps In your package.json file, just add an extra command to the script say, "start" that starts your server chaining the yarn install --check-files command (reinstall all packages that have changed) and the start command using && like this: