Ensure You have correct Environment
vuepress-theme-hope only supports node version of
^14.18.0 || >=16.0.0.
If the ouput of
node -v doesnot satisfy the requirement, you should download and install the LTS version of Node.js.
Also, you should use a package manger satisfying the following requirements:
npm: >= 8
npm i -g npm
yarn: >= 1.22.15
npm i -g yarn
pnpm: >= 7
npm i -g pnpm
Ensure using latest version
Please make sure you are using the latest
vuepress-theme-hope V2 version, because some bugs you encountered may have been fixed in new versions.
You can update to the latest version by executing the following commands.
pnpm add @vuepress/client@next vuepress@next vuepress-theme-hope vue@latest -E
yarn add vuepress@next vuepress-theme-hope@latest -E
npm i vuepress@next vuepress-theme-hope@latest -E
Any official packages starting with
@vuepress/ should be upgrade to the same version as VuePress.
I.E.: if you are using
@vuepress/utils , you should ensure they have the same version number as
Also, if you're using another third-party plugin, make sure it's compatible with the version of VuePress you're upgrading to.
Ensure having correct deps tree
In some cases, you may generate incorrect dependency tree after upgrading some dependencies, this is because both
vue have many packages named
To let VuePress work correctly, there should only be one version of
vue-router in the whole project. Multiple versions of a package can cause different parts of the application to use different instances of Vue and the corresponding package, resulting in errors like
useXXX() is called without provider.
Please run the following command to make sure your dependency tree is correct.
pnpm i && pnpm up
yarn && yarn upgrade
npm i && npm update
Ensure having correct config
Please confirm that there are no errors in your config file (such as red wavy lines), if so, please modify the config file according to the prompts until you correctly configured VuePress and themes.