Thanks for your attention to this
Yes I have Node 12.6.0 (stable) installed.
And so I follow these official guidelines.
Then I call up a fresh terminal session and try to run a
quasar create … which should have replaced
quasar init with the upgrade.
quasar create after the upgrad you get
unknown command. And a project created with
quasar init yields the following still.
app:paths ️ Error. This command must be executed inside a Quasar v0.15+ project folder.
app:paths For Quasar pre v0.15 projects, npm uninstall -g quasar-cli; npm i -g firstname.lastname@example.org
quasar-cli instead of
But this actually worked for me: I installed globally the optional
@quasar/app `` and then tried as suggested running an
npx quasar dev in a troublesome project with its missing
.babelrc. With that the project carries out
quasar dev as desired even though quasar-cli and quasar-framework are not found by a
And this is my ugly kludge for now. Sorry for confusion, mine and yours.