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<   haxelib search word
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< Will list the projects which have either a name or description matching specified word.
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<   haxelib info project-name
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< Will give you information about a given project.
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<   haxelib install project-name [version]
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< Will install the given project. You can optionally specify a specific version to be installed. By default, latest released version will be installed.
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<   haxelib remove project-name [version]
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< Will remove a complete project or only a specified version if specified.
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<   haxelib list
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< Will list all the installed projects and their versions. For each project, the version surrounded by brackets is the current one.
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<   haxelib upgrade
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< Will upgrade all the installed projects to their latest version. This command prompts a confirmation for each upgradeable project.
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<   haxelib set project-name version
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<   haxelib run project-name [arguments...]
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>  * ''haxelib search word'' : will list the projects which have either a name or description matching specified word.
>  * ''haxelib info project-name'' : will give you information about a given project
>  * ''haxelib install project-name [version]'' : will install the given project. You can optionally specify a specific version to be installed. By default, latest released version will be installed.
>  * ''haxelib remove project-name [version]'' : will remove a complete project or only a specified version if specified.
>  * ''haxelib list'' : will list all the installed projects and their versions. For each project, the version surrounded by brackets is the current one.
>  * ''haxelib upgrade'' : will upgrade all the installed projects to their latest version. This command prompts a confirmation for each upgradeable project.
>  * ''haxelib set project-name version'' : this will change the current version for a given project. The version must be already installed.
>  * ''haxelib run project-name [arguments...]'' : this will run the given project if it provides a run script. Be careful to trust the project you are running since the script can damage your system.
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#4779 2008-10-28 00:07:09 baurel Set title to Using haxelib

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