To fix the issue you can do All of those are devDependencies if you are using elixir: Firstly, you don't need elixir in production because it's just a wrapper for gulp, hopefully, you will compile your assets on your development machine and upload them.
hope this fix your issue indeed one can call aptitude search with the so-called search patterns; see reference at http://algebraicthunk.net/~dburrows/projects/aptitude/doc/en/ch02s03s05.html#tableSearchTermQuickGuide search ~i yields installed packages. Using grep to discard packages with A gives packages not automatically installed, so it almost answers the original question. But it includes packages that belong to the original distribution, so its not completely sorted out. In my case, its still 1500 packages, a set I can deal with.
it helps some times Have ever tried configurations like this:? client_id and "client_secret" instead client_password. Your data in param it's the same one that you posted on print "oauth_clients table", right, but I think so your problem is this param "client_password", I never ever seen before this way!