This is a cool trick :)
Makes me wish Node/NPM had used a file format that supports comments, though - Rust uses TOML, and it's hard to go back to JSON for config files after using that :(
Yes! Although it isn't really a solution, it does the trick if we want a neater npm run output.
I am happy you find this trick useful.
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