This is going to be a short article. Not much of an educational post but more of a straight to the point solution post.
For the previous article on installing asdf
While installing the latest version of node into an existing repo using asdf, I ran
into the gyp error when trying to run
The fix for it was simple. Delete existing
node_modules and the
package-lock.json file is what
solved the problem. The package-lock.json file was generated with an older version of
npm install and everything worked perfectly this time.