intervene requires at least node 8, and is tested on all stable versions of node (currently 8, 10, 12 and 14).
As node 8 is now EOL, we may drop support for node 8 at some point in the future.
This will allow you to run
intervene from anywhere
npm install -g intervene
Note that depending on your node.js installation, you may need to
sudo npm install -g intervene
Install as a project
You can of course also install
intervene as a
devDependency of your project. You might want to do this if you want to keep common configurations checked in to your repository, as it ensures all developers are using the same version.
npm install --save-dev intervene