This is a simple npm login helper that works when the standard
command fails (as it was for me after the recent npm outage). It uses the
same packages that are used in npm and
npm-registry-client to do
a login and write the required information to your local
~/.npmrc file so
you can get back up and publishing.
After installing, you should be able to run like so:
NPM_USER=<username> NPM_PASS=<pass> npm-authenticate
All being well, your
.npmrc file will be updated with valid
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