Terminal App Question [Uninstallation]

Hello! Are there defined steps to uninstall the Terminal app?

Thanks in advance.

Probably npm uninstall joplin will do the trick

       npm-uninstall - Remove a package

         npm uninstall [<@scope>/]<pkg>[@<version>]... [-S|--save|--no-save]

         aliases: remove, rm, r, un, unlink

       This uninstalls a package, completely removing everything npm installed on its behalf.

       It  also removes the package from the dependencies, devDependencies, optionalDependencies, and peerDependencies
       objects in your package.json.

Thanks for the reply. Documentation would support your above comment however I am seeing the below output. I'll try to figure out what's going on here.

[root@workstation .joplin-bin]# npm uninstall joplin
up to date, audited 1 package in 235ms
found 0 vulnerabilities

Hi @joplin_user, I know little about npm, so what follows may not be accurate.

I think when installing with npm, you can do it in two ways:
npm install joplin or npm -g install joplin (where -g is global).

npm ls will list installed npm apps. So trying that here gives me this:

john@ant ~ $ npm ls
└── (empty)

However when I use the global parameter, it shows me joplin as below

john@ant ~ $ npm -g ls
├── emoj@3.2.0
├── joplin@2.8.1
├── npm@8.13.1
└── prettier@2.7.1

Which makes me think—perhaps someone who knows about npm will set us straight here—that this might work for you?:

npm -g uninstall joplin

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