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Version Constraints DSL

njlr edited this page Feb 1, 2019 · 2 revisions

When adding a dependency on a package, you must specify a constraint on the version. Since Buckaroo can work directly on Git, this is a little different to other package managers:

  • v1, 1, 1.0.0, 1.0.0 take only semantic version 1.0.0
  • >= 1.2 take only semantic versions >= 1.2.0
  • ^1.2 works as in NPM
  • ~1.2 works as in NPM
  • branch=master take only commits on branch master
  • tag=some-tag take only commits at tag some-tag
  • revision=dc16c91af2519b6129a33bd6e1675ebf73739103 take only revision dc16c91...
  • any(branch=master tag=abc 1.2.3) take versions that satisfy at least one of:
    • branch=master
    • tag=abc
    • 1.2.3
  • all(branch=master branch=develop) take versions that satisfy all of:
    • branch=master
    • branch=develop
  • !tag=abc take any version that does not satisfy tag=abc

As you might expect, these building blocks can be combined to write complex expressions:

  • all(!branch=master any(tag=abc tag=def 1.0.0))
  • all(>=1.0.0 !any(1.0.0 1.3.4 revision=dc16c91af2519b6129a33bd6e1675ebf73739103))
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