My builds have started failing on the (non-LTS) linux VM since the recent changes but still run fine on Mac.
Its an electron app built on the two platforms and I already use the
nvm step to ensure we’re pinned to node v7.
html-minifier hasn’t changed in over a month but the following command started failing on the linux build today:
html-minifier --input-dir ./src --output-dir ./dist --file-ext html --collapse-whitespace --conservative-collapse --remove-comments
results in the error:
error: unknown option '--file-ext'
The only thing left to explore is that the yarn upgrade 0.24.6 > 0.27.5 has added a yarn bug which is affecting npm script parsing/execution on linux.
Is there a way to force the old VM image so I can test that the VM change is actually what’s caused it?