Command Line Interface
Buckaroo provides a command-line interface for managing your project's dependencies. The following commands are the recommended way to use Buckaroo.
Init is used to generate a project file in the current directory.
Quickstart is similar to Init, but also generates the necessary boiler-plate for a new C++ project. You should use Quickstart when starting a new project.
Reads the project file in the working directory and runs the dependency resolution algorithm, storing the results in the lock file. If there is already a lock file present, then it is overwritten. No dependencies are actually installed.
Install adds and installs dependencies to your project.
buckaroo install google/gtest
buckaroo i google/gtest
Install can be used to add dependencies to your project. Since introducing a new dependency can result in a versioning conflict, the resolution process is run again. This may overwrite your lock file.
Furthermore you can also ommit the organization name and list more than one package at the same time
buckaroo install gtest boost/asio
Install can also fetch :doc:`buckaroo compatible projects <package-guide>` from GitHub, BitBucket and GitLab using the following syntax:
buckaroo install github+loopperfect/neither buckaroo install bitbucket+org/example buckaroo install gitlab+org/example
If you do not supply a module name, then the existing dependencies of the project are fetched and installed. If there is no lock file present, then the resolution process will be run first.
Resolves the dependencies and regenerates the lock-file (buckaroo.lock.json). The lock-file specifies the exact versions of all dependencies to ensure the reproducibility of your project.
Resolve is automatically called when installing or uninstalling a dependency. You may want to run this if one of your dependencies updates.
buckaroo uninstall google/gtest
buckaroo u google/gtest
Uninstall can be used to remove a dependency from your project. Note that the remaining dependencies are recomputed since their resolved versions may have changed as a result. This may overwrite your lock file.
Upgrades the installed dependencies to the latest compatible version.
Updates the cook-books installed on your system. This allows you to use benefit from recipe improvements, additions and fixes since you first installed Buckaroo.
Outputs the version of Buckaroo that is installed.