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This removes the package entirely. To continue using the package, but remove its version constraint, use meteor add. Lists all the packages that you have added to your project. For each package, lists the version that you are using. Lets you know if a newer version of that package is available. Flags are optional and can be used to format the output. The default output requires no flags whatsoever.
The following flags are supported:. Show weakly referenced dependencies in the tree. Only functional in combination with --tree or --json. Adds more package details to the JSON output. Only functional in combination with --json. Adds platforms to your Meteor project. You can add multiple platforms with one command. Removes a platform previously added to your Meteor project. For a list of the platforms that your application is currently using, see meteor list-platforms.
Open a MongoDB shell on your local development database, so that you can view or manipulate it directly. For now, you must already have your application running locally with meteor run. This will be easier in the future. This deletes your data! Make sure you do not have any information you care about in your local mongo database by running meteor mongo. From the mongo shell, use show collections and db.
For now, you can not run this while a development server is running. Quit all running meteor applications before running this. You can use the application server bundle to host a Meteor application on your own server, instead of deploying to Galaxy. You will have to deal with logging, monitoring, backups, load-balancing, etc, all of which we handle for you if you use Galaxy. The unsigned apk bundle and the outputted Xcode project can be used to deploy your mobile apps to Android Play Store and Apple App Store.
By default, your application is bundled for your current architecture. This may cause difficulties if your app contains binary code due to, for example, npm packages. You can try to override that behavior with the --architecture flag. Run through the whole build process for the app and run all linters the app uses.
Outputs all build errors or linting warnings to the standard output. Shows more information about a specific package or release: name, summary, the usernames of its maintainers, and, if specified, its homepage and git URL. Publishes your package. To publish, you must cd into the package directory, log in with your Meteor Developer Account and run meteor publish.
Sometimes packages may contain binary code specific to an architecture for example, they may use an npm package. In that case, running publish will only upload the build to the architecture that you were using to publish it. You can use publish-for-arch to upload a build to a different architecture from a different machine.
Some packages contain code specific to an architecture. Running publish by itself, will upload the build to the architecture that you were using to publish. You need to run publish-for-arch from a different architecture to upload a different build. If you want people to be able to use cool-binary-blob from Linux, you should log into a Linux machine and then run meteor publish-for-arch name:cool-binary-blob version.
It will notice that you are on a linux machine, and that there is no Linux-compatible build for your package and publish one. Meteor releases are divided into tracks. While only MDG members can publish to the default Meteor track, anyone can create a track of their own and publish to it. Running meteor update without specifying the --release option will not cause the user to switch tracks.
Note that this means that forks of the meteor tool can be published as packages and people can use them by switching to a corresponding release. For more information, run meteor help publish-release. Test Meteor packages, either by name, or by directory. Not specifying an argument will run tests for all local packages. The results are displayed in an app that runs at localhost by default. If you need to, you can pass the --settings and --port arguments.
Some example uses of meteor admin include adding and removing package maintainers and setting a homepage for a package. It also includes various helpful functions for managing a Meteor release. Run meteor help admin for more information.
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