Use this command to upload recipes and binaries to Conan repositories. For more information on how to work with Conan repositories, please check the dedicated section.
$ conan upload -h usage: conan upload [-h] [-v [V]] [-f FORMAT] [-p PACKAGE_QUERY] -r REMOTE [--only-recipe] [--force] [--check] [-c] [--dry-run] [-l LIST] [-m METADATA] [pattern] Upload packages to a remote. By default, all the matching references are uploaded (all revisions). By default, if a recipe reference is specified, it will upload all the revisions for all the binary packages, unless --only-recipe is specified. You can use the "latest" placeholder at the "reference" argument to specify the latest revision of the recipe or the package. positional arguments: pattern A pattern in the form 'pkg/version#revision:package_id#revision', e.g: zlib/1.2.13:* means all binaries for zlib/1.2.13. If revision is not specified, it is assumed latest one. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -v [V] Level of detail of the output. Valid options from less verbose to more verbose: -vquiet, -verror, -vwarning, -vnotice, -vstatus, -v or -vverbose, -vv or -vdebug, -vvv or -vtrace -f FORMAT, --format FORMAT Select the output format: json -p PACKAGE_QUERY, --package-query PACKAGE_QUERY Only upload packages matching a specific query. e.g: os=Windows AND (arch=x86 OR compiler=gcc) -r REMOTE, --remote REMOTE Upload to this specific remote --only-recipe Upload only the recipe/s, not the binary packages. --force Force the upload of the artifacts even if the revision already exists in the server --check Perform an integrity check, using the manifests, before upload -c, --confirm Upload all matching recipes without confirmation --dry-run Do not execute the real upload (experimental) -l LIST, --list LIST Package list file -m METADATA, --metadata METADATA Upload the metadata, even if the package is already in the server and not uploaded
conan upload command can upload packages to 1 server repository specified by the
It has 2 possible and mutually exclusive inputs:
conan upload <pattern> pattern-based matching of recipes, with a pattern similar to the
conan list <pattern>.
conan upload --list=<pkglist> that will upload the artifacts specified in the
pkglist json file
--format=json formatter is specified, the result will be a “PackageList”, compatible with other Conan commands, for example the
conan remove command, so it is possible to concatenate different commands using the generated json file. See the Packages Lists examples.
--dry-run argument will prepare the packages for upload, zip files if necessary, check in the server to see what needs to be uploaded and what is already in the server, but it will not execute the actual upload.