This section describe the Conan built-in commands, like
conan install or
- conan cache: Return the path of recipes and packages in the cache
- conan config: Manage Conan configuration (remotes, settings, plugins, etc)
- conan graph: Obtain information about the dependency graph without fetching binaries
- conan inspect: Inspect a conanfile.py to return the public fields
- conan install: Install dependencies
- conan list: List recipes, revisions and packages in the local cache or in remotes
- conan lock: Create and manage lockfiles
- conan profile: Display and manage profile files
- conan remove: Remove packages from the local cache or from remotes
- conan remote: Add, remove, login/logout and manage remote server
- conan search: Search packages matching a name
- conan version: Give information about the Conan client version
- conan build: Install package and call its build method
- conan create: Create a package from a recipe
- conan download: Download (without install) a single conan package from a remote server.
- conan editable: Allows working with a package in user folder
- conan export: Export a recipe to the Conan package cache
- conan export-pkg: Create a package directly from pre-compiled binaries
- conan new: Create a new recipe from a predefined template
- conan source: Calls the source() method
- conan test: Test a package
- conan upload: Upload packages from the local cache to a specified remote
Almost all the commands have the parameter
--format xxxx which is used to apply an output conversion.
The command formatters help users see the command output in a different way that could fit better with their needs.
Here, there are only some of the most important ones whose details are worthy of having a separate section.
- graph-info formatter: Show the graph information in JSON format. It’s used by several commands.