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dub - Package and build management system for D
dub fetch <name> OPTIONS...
Note: Use the "dependencies" field in the package description file (e.g. dub.json) if you just want to use a certain package as a dependency, you don't have to explicitly fetch packages. Explicit retrieval/removal of packages is only needed when you want to put packages to a place where several applications can share these. If you just have an dependency to a package, just add it to your dub.json, dub will do the rest for you. Without specified options, placement/removal will default to a user wide shared location. Complete applications can be retrieved and run easily by e.g. $ dub fetch vibelog --cache=local $ cd vibelog $ dub This will grab all needed dependencies and compile and run the application. Note: DUB does not do a system installation of packages. Packages are instead only registered within DUB's internal ecosystem. Generation of native system packages/installers may be added later as a separate feature.
--version=VALUE Use the specified version/branch instead of the latest available match The remove command also accepts "*" here as a wildcard to remove all versions of the package from the specified location --force-remove Deprecated option that does nothing
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