How to list the Node.js packages that are installed as globals

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This is probable one of the simplest commands that NPM has; it is just to get the whole list of packages that we have installed as global.

npm -g ls --depth=0

The output should look like this:

/usr/local/lib
├── bower@1.5.3
├── bufferstreams@0.0.2
├── clean-css@2.1.8
├── clone@0.1.11
├── connect@2.24.3
├── doctoc@0.7.1
├── event-stream@3.1.2
├── git-changelog@0.1.1
├── git-it@1.2.1
├── github-changelog@0.4.0
├── grunt@0.4.4
├── grunt-cli@0.1.13
├── grunt-contrib-qunit@0.5.2
├── grunt-contrib-uglify@0.6.0
├── gulp@3.8.8

Easy right?

 

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