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Should there be community interest in alternate package servers for Dart, we recommend these are handled as community projects.
NOTE: This is package is an alpha version and is not recommended for production use.
Provides re-usable code for making a Dart package repository server.
package:pub_server/shelf_pubserver.dart library provides a shelf HTTP
handler which provides the HTTP API used by the pub client.
One can use different backend implementations by implementing the
PackageRepository interface of the
Example pub repository server
An experimental pub server based on a file system can be found in
example/example.dart. It uses a filesystem-based
storing packages and has a read-only fallback to the real
site, if a package is not available locally. This allows one to use all
pub.dartlang.org packages and have additional ones, on top of the publicly
available packages, available only locally.
It can be run as follows
~ $ git clone https://github.com/dart-lang/pub_server.git ~ $ cd pub_server ~/pub_server $ pub get ... ~/pub_server $ dart example/example.dart -d /tmp/package-db Listening on http://localhost:8080 To make the pub client use this repository configure your shell via: $ export PUB_HOSTED_URL=http://localhost:8080
Using it for uploading new packages to the locally running server or downloading
packages locally available or via a fallback to
pub.dartlang.org is as easy
~/foobar $ export PUB_HOSTED_URL=http://localhost:8080 ~/foobar $ pub get ... ~/foobar $ pub publish Publishing x 0.1.0 to http://localhost:8080: |-- ... '-- pubspec.yaml Looks great! Are you ready to upload your package (y/n)? y Uploading... Successfully uploaded package.
The fact that the
pub publish command requires you to grant it oauth2 access -
which requires a Google account - is due to the fact that the
cannot work without authentication or with another authentication scheme.
But the information sent by the pub client is not used for this local server
at the moment.