Where does Homebrew store its list of installed packages?

I ended up with this problem:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46459152/cant-chown-usr-local-for-homebrew-in-mac-os-x-10-13-high-sierra

The recommended solution was to uninstall and then reinstall Homebrew. That's what I did … but I did not do "brew list" before checking which packages I had installed. Oops.

I have a Time Machine backup of my Mac. So I thought to connect the drive then, using the terminal, access the backup volume, then the directory / file used by Homebrew to keep its database of installed packages.

What directory should it be?

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The NPM packages for the SharePoint Online React Web Part are trying to access "fs" on the client side but it's not even necessary? React to SPFX

Although there is a correct answer already given to:

SPFx Can not use the module & fs & # 39; fs & # 39;

its missing the part that in the webpack configuration it can be outflagged like that:

node: { fs: 'empty' },

Module not found: Error: Can not resolve problem "fs"

But I can not find such a configuration file in an SPFx Web Part structure or does it have anything to do with the gulp configuration?

EDIT

I'm trying to write the status data of a reaction application in an excel sheet. So I've already used react-csv which seems to be like the name says just separated by commas, so it's not really readable with big data, react-export-excel and considered using .xlsx.

Using react-export-excel I've recognized that he's already using the .xlsx package as dependency. These packages try to use fs to write data into an Excel sheet. I know this should be handled in the back end but SharePoint Online will not let me do that.

Here is the error code:

(06:49:00) Error – (webpack) & dist;
./node_modules/react-export-excel/node_modules/xlsx/xlsx.js
Module not found: error: could not resolve the & # 39; fs & # 39; in
& # 39; C: Projects ……… node_modules react-export-excel node_modules xlsx & # 39;

search for modules in C: Projects ……… node_modules react-export-excel node_modules
use of the description file: C: Projects ……… module_nodes react-export-excel package.json (relative path: ./node_modules)
The field & # 39; browser & # 39; does not contain a valid alias configuration

I hope to have mentioned all that is needed.

EDIT II

It seems that no one has looked at the GitHub link because everyone tells me that the client side does not work. Although it is (obviously) true, not all packages should use "fs", whether it is implemented or not. Excel reports are simply MORE CURRENT to handle in the backend AND THAT is why most packages use "fs" as a dependency. THIS IS NOT NECESSARY, as the browser offers native APIs to do similar but simpler things. So there must be a way in SPFx, like in normal React projects, to tell webpack or gulp "DO NOT use fs as dependency" with something like:

node: {fs: "empty",

and he will use the BROWSER API instead.

The answer was given by michaelcuneo: "It does not matter, and your project will work perfectly without it." Fs is an underlying feature of exceljs and many other nodeJS modules that do not work in a React.JS application. If you have to create the error disappear because you are tired of watching it … Go to webpack.base.babel.js inside / internals / webpack … And add somewhere near the bottom … mines directly to above devtool: options.devtool … node: {fs: empty}, the web pack will ignore fs dependencies. "

This should also be feasible in an SPFx project !!!

I hope people will understand me better now.

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plugins – What is the WordPress methodology for using the packages installed by Composer?

I just configured a composer.json for my site and I added a MailChimp package by running it from my root directory.

composer require thinkshout/mailchimp-api-php

Composer.json at the root level is now:

{
    "require": {
        "thinkshout/mailchimp-api-php": "^2.0"
    }
}

and I now have a vendor file with all the dependencies, as well as autoload.php in the seller's file.

I use a child theme to handle most of my customizations. So, in my functions.php, can I just add

require("/vendor/autoload.php")

Then

use MailChimp;

I'm just trying to understand how we do that kind of thing in WordPress.

Thank you!

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