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Pipelines: cache custom node_modules folder

Do I understand correctly that pre-defined `node` cache only works when node_modules and package.json are located in the root directory of a project? Then how do I configure bitbucket-pipelines.yml to make cache work with node_modules folder located in subfolder (./public/node_modules/)? 

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- step
- node-custom
- if [ ! -d "node_modules" ]; then npm install; fi

node-custom: public/node_modules

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