$ conan export [-h] [-k] path reference
Copies the recipe (conanfile.py & associated files) to your local cache.
Use the ‘reference’ param to specify a user and channel where to export it. Once the recipe is in the local cache it can be shared, reused and to any remote with the ‘conan upload’ command.
positional arguments: path Path to a folder containing a conanfile.py or to a recipe file e.g., my_folder/conanfile.py reference user/channel, or Pkg/version@user/channel (if name and version are not declared in the conanfile.py optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -k, -ks, --keep-source Do not remove the source folder in local cache, even if the recipe changed. Use this for testing purposes only
reference field can be:
- A complete package reference:
pkg/version@user/channel. In this case, the recipe doesn’t need to declare the name or the version. If the recipe declares them, they should match the provided values in the command line.
- The user and channel:
user/channel. The command will assume that the name and version are provided by the recipe.
- The version, user and channel:
version@user/channel. The recipe must provide the name, and if it does provide the version, it should match the command line one.
export command will run a linting of the package recipe, looking for possible
inconsistencies, bugs and py2-3 incompatibilities. It is possible to customize the rules for this
linting, as well as totally disabling it. Look at the
in conan.conf and the
PYLINTRC environment variable.
Export a recipe using a full reference. Only valid if
versionare not declared in the recipe:
$ conan export . mylib/1.0@myuser/channel
Export a recipe from any folder directory, under the
myuser/stableuser and channel:
$ conan export ./folder_name myuser/stable
Export a recipe without removing the source folder in the local cache:
$ conan export . fenix/stable -k