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xpm stands for xPack package manager and is a Node.js CLI
application to manage xPacks; it can install both source and binary xPacks.
xpm is an extension to npm and shares the same public repository.
The open source project is hosted on GitHub as
The main purpose of the
xpm CLI tool is to install xPacks, including all
dependent xPacks, and to easily update them when new versions are released.
For developers, xpm provides a very convenient way of publishing the software packages, using the same central repository as npm.
xpm CLI commands
The design is heavily influenced by the npm application, Copyright (c) npm, Inc. and Contributors, Licensed on the terms of The Artistic License 2.0.
The xpm tool is currently experimental and should not be used in sensitive production environments.Edit
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