FPM (Fantom Pod Manager) 2.0.0Manages pods and their dependencies, providing a targeted environment for building, testing, and running Fantom apps
Fantom Pod Manager (FPM) provides a targeted environment for building, testing, and running Fantom applications.
It provides tools to:
- query repositories for pods
- install / delete pods to / from repositories
- update dependencies for pods and Fantom projects
It is one of those boring system libraries you can't do without!
A typical Fantom installation only allows one version of any given pod. This works fine when developing or running just one application. But when developing multiple projects, each requiring different versions of the same pod; then you either need multiple Fantom environments (one for each application) ... or you need FPM.
FPM maintains a local fanr file repository of Fantom pods, where it can keep multiple versions of the same pod. When a Fantom application is built, test, or run via FPM; then from that repository, FPM cherry picks just the pod versions you need.
To install FPM (Fantom Pod Manager) with Fantom Pod Manager, cut'n'paste the following into a cmd prompt, terminal or shell:
Or to install FPM (Fantom Pod Manager) with the Fantom Repository Manager (fanr), cut'n'paste the following into a cmd prompt, terminal or shell:
Or to install manually, download the pod file and copy it to the
To use FPM (Fantom Pod Manager) in a Fantom project, add a dependency to the project's
depends = ["sys 1.0", ..., "afFpm 2.0.0 - 2.0"]
Meta information on the FPM (Fantom Pod Manager) pod:
- Published by
- Steve Eynon
- Pod file size
- 225.03 kB
- Built on
- 6th Jun 2018
- Source code
- via Git at https://github.com/SlimerDude/afFpm
- Depends on
- compiler, concurrent, fanr, sys
- Referenced by
There have been 7 releases of FPM (Fantom Pod Manager):