dub-add-local - Adds a local package directory (e.g. a git repository)
dub add-local <path> [<version>] OPTIONS...
Adds a local package directory to be used during dependency resolution. This command is useful for registering local packages, such as GIT working copies, that are either not available in the package registry, or are supposed to be overwritten.
The version of the package is either determined automatically (see the "add-path" command, or can be explicitly overwritten by passing a version on the command line.
See 'dub add-path -h' for a way to register multiple local packages at once.
- DUB succeeded
- usage errors, unknown command line flags
- package not found, package failed to load, miscellaneous error
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Created: August 5, 2022