Integration of Command Line Interface on Onepub.dev with Dart
OnePub CLI tooling is designed to work alongside your existing Dart CLI tooling.
When you install the OnePub CLI tooling two applications are added to your PATH.
The onepub CLI app is the primary tool you use when interacting with OnePub from the CLI.
The onepub app supports a number of commands.
You can view a full list of the commands by running:
To get help on an individual command run:
onepub <command> --help
The onepub app supports the following commands:
Login to a OnePub Organisation
Your email address can be associated with multiple Organisations and you use the login command to switch between them.
Logout of OnePub
Displays your OnePub configuration details.
Use the output of doctor when you are reporting bugs or want to check the status of OnePub.
Export a OnePub Token
Import a OnePub Token
pub add [--dev]
Add a dependency on a private package.
Works the same as the
Marks your project as a private package.
After marking your package as private you can publish it to your OnePub private repo using the standard Dart tooling.
Globally activate a private package.
If you have a private package that contains CLI tools this command installs them and adds them to your PATH.
Globally deactivate a private package.
If you have activated a global package this command will un-install it and remove it from your PATH.
The opub app is used provided for users that are using versions of Dart prior to 2.15.
The Dart development team made significant changes with respect to how the Dart CLI tools interact with a private repository and older versions of the Dart
pubcommand aren't compatible with OnePub.
To circumvent this problem OnePub provide the
opubapp which replaces the
When running a command (such as dart pub get) that operates on a private package or a package that depends on a private package then you simply substitute 'dart pub get' or 'flutter pub get' with 'opub get'. The same goes for all of the
If you are running an even older version of Dart (pre-2.12) then read the section on using Dart pre-2.12.