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  1. Sep 2021
    1. I think it's very confusing to overload common executables, such as yarn, in the /bin directory as I often put that bin directory first in my path. Thus, I'd unexpectedly get the bin/yarn rather than my system yarn, which I manage with yvm.
  2. May 2021
    1. However, the place where pip places that package might not be in your $PATH (thus requiring you to manually update your $PATH afterwards), and on windows the pip install might not take care of python-specific issues for you (see "Notes for Windows Users", above). As such, installation via package managers is recommended instead.
    1. the bullet-proof way to add a path (e.g., ~/opt/bin) to the PATH environment variable is PATH="${PATH:+${PATH}:}~/opt/bin"