List installed packages.
yarn list command mimics the expected Unix behavior of listing. In Yarn, the
command lists all dependencies for the current working directory by referencing all
package manager meta data files, which includes a project’s dependencies.
yarn list vx.x.x ├─ email@example.com ├─ firstname.lastname@example.org │ └─ package-3@^2.1.0 └─ email@example.com
By default, all packages and their dependencies will be displayed. To restrict the depth of the
dependencies, you can add a flag,
--depth, along with the desired level to the
yarn list --depth=0
Keep in mind, levels are zero-indexed.
yarn list --pattern <pattern> will filter the list of dependencies by the pattern flag.
yarn list --pattern gulp yarn list --pattern "gulp|grunt" yarn list --pattern "gulp|grunt" --depth=1