Can I break out all of these apps including Desktop, Web from this build as it seems to be conflicting?

Command Line, Development, Security, Server

Yes, you can separate your applications into different repositories or different directories within the same repository to avoid conflicts. Here’s a general guide on how you can do this:

  1. Create new repositories or directories: Create a new repository or directory for each of your applications (Desktop, Web, etc.).
  2. Move the application files: Move the files for each application into the corresponding repository or directory. Make sure to keep the structure of the files the same as in the original repository to avoid breaking any relative paths.
  3. Update the package.json file: In each new repository or directory, update the package.json file to reflect the new location of the application. You might need to update the nameversionmainscriptsdependencies, and other fields.
  4. Install dependencies: Run npm install or yarn install in each new repository or directory to install the dependencies for each application.
  5. Test the applications: Run your applications and their tests to make sure they still work correctly after being moved.
  6. Update any references to the applications: If any other parts of your project refer to the applications, update these references to point to the new locations of the applications.

Please note that the exact steps might vary depending on the structure of your project and the nature of the conflicts you’re experiencing. If you provide more details about your project and the conflicts, I might be able to give more specific advice.

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