Deno Version Manager
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Easy way to manage multiple active deno versions.
You can install it using the installers below, or download a release binary from the releases page.
curl -fsSL https://dvm.deno.dev | sh
irm https://dvm.deno.dev | iex
➜ ~ dvm --help Deno Version Manager - Easy way to manage multiple active deno versions. USAGE: dvm <SUBCOMMAND> OPTIONS: -h, --help Print help information -V, --version Print version information SUBCOMMANDS: activate Activate Dvm alias Set or unset an alias clean Clean dvm cache completions Generate shell completions deactivate Deactivate Dvm doctor Fixing dvm specific environment variables and other issues exec Execute deno command with a specific deno version help Print this message or the help of the given subcommand(s) info Show dvm info. install Install deno executable to the given version. [aliases: i, add] list List all installed versions [aliases: ls, ll, la] list-remote List all released versions [aliases: lr, ls-remote] registry Change registry that dvm fetch from uninstall Uninstall a given version [aliases: un, unlink, rm, remove] upgrade Upgrade aliases to the latest version use Use a given version or a semver range or a alias to the range. EXAMPLE: dvm install 1.3.2 Install v1.3.2 release dvm install Install the latest available version dvm use 1.0.0 Use v1.0.0 release dvm use latest Use the latest alias that comes with dvm, equivalent to * dvm use canary Use the canary version of the Deno NOTE: To remove, delete, or uninstall dvm - just remove the `$DVM_DIR` folder (usually `~/.dvm`)
To verify that dvm has been installed, do:
which should output dvm's version if the installation was successful.
dvm will creates an
~/.dvm/ directory if it doesn't exist, and all
installed versions of deno will put into
➜ ~ dvm Creating /Users/justjavac/.dvm
You can let dvm to writing config to current directery by add the
dvm use. Afterwards,
dvm install will use the version
specified in the
.dvmrc file if no version is supplied on the command line.
For example, to make dvm default to the
1.17.0 release for the current
dvm use --local 1.17.0
Then when someone else with a copy of your project and run dvm:
$ dvm use No version input detect, try to use version in .dvmrc file Using semver range: 1.17.0 Writing to home folder config Now using deno 1.17.0
List all installed versions:
➜ ~ dvm list * 0.1.0 0.1.1 0.1.2
The version with a asterisk(
*) means that this version is the version
currently in use.
➜ ~ dvm use 1.1.0 now use deno 1.1.0 ➜ ~ dvm use 1.2.0 deno v1.2.0 is not installed. Use `dvm install 1.2.0` to install it first.
- The Shell installer can be used on Windows with Windows Subsystem for Linux, MSYS or equivalent set of tools.
unzip is required
unzip is a requirement for
the Shell installer.
$ curl -fsSL https://deno.land/x/dvm/install.sh | sh Error: unzip is required to install dvm (see: https://github.com/justjavac/dvm#unzip-is-required).
When does this issue occur?
unzip is used to extract the zip archive.
How can this issue be fixed?
You can install unzip via
brew install unzip on MacOS or
apt-get install unzip -y on Linux(Ubuntu,Debian,Deepin).
Powershell on Windows is required
Currently, we use PowerShell profile to set environment variables due to various reasons, so it's required.
Deno Version Manager(dvm) is released under the MIT License. See the bundled LICENSE file for details.