You should always commit the lockfile (
pnpm-lock.yaml). This is for a
multitude of reasons, the primary of which being:
- it enables faster installation for CI and production environments, due to being able to skip package resolution
- it enforces consistent installations and resolution between development, testing, and production environments, meaning the packages used in testing and production will be exactly the same as when you developed your project
pnpm can automatically resolve merge conflicts in
If you have conflicts, just run
pnpm install and commit the changes.
Be warned, however. It is advised that you review the changes prior to staging a commit, because we cannot guarantee that pnpm will choose the correct head - it instead builds with the most updated of lockfiles, which is ideal in most cases.