Fix the upstream dependency conflict installing NPM packages

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Trying to npm install vue-mapbox mapbox-gl and I’m getting a dependency tree error.

I’m running Nuxt SSR with Vuetify, and haven’t installed anything related to Mapbox prior to running this install and getting this error.

38 error code ERESOLVE
39 error ERESOLVE unable to resolve dependency tree
40 error
41 error While resolving: [1mexample[22m@[1m1.0.0[22m
41 error Found: [1mmapbox-gl[22m@[1m1.13.0[22m[2m[22m
41 error [2mnode_modules/mapbox-gl[22m
41 error   [1mmapbox-gl[22m@"[1m^1.13.0[22m" from the root project
41 error
41 error Could not resolve dependency:
41 error [35mpeer[39m [1mmapbox-gl[22m@"[1m^0.53.0[22m" from [1mvue-mapbox[22m@[1m0.4.1[22m[2m[22m
41 error [2mnode_modules/vue-mapbox[22m
41 error   [1mvue-mapbox[22m@"[1m*[22m" from the root project
41 error
41 error Fix the upstream dependency conflict, or retry
41 error this command with --force, or --legacy-peer-deps
41 error to accept an incorrect (and potentially broken) dependency resolution.
41 error
41 error See /Users/user/.npm/eresolve-report.txt for a full report.
42 verbose exit 1

What’s the right way to go about fixing this upstream dependency conflict?

Answer

Looks like it’s a problem with Peer Dependencies in the latest version of npm (v7) which is still a beta version. try with npm install --legacy-peer-deps for detail info check this https://blog.npmjs.org/post/626173315965468672/npm-v7-series-beta-release-and-semver-major



Source: stackoverflow