Paket


paket restore

Download the computed dependency graph.

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paket restore [--help] [--force] [--only-referenced] [--touch-affected-refs] [--ignore-checks]
              [--fail-on-checks] [--group <name>] [--project <path>] [--references-file <path>]
              [--target-framework <framework>]

OPTIONS:

    --force, -f           force download and reinstallation of all dependencies
    --only-referenced     only restore packages that are referenced by paket.references files
    --touch-affected-refs touch project files referencing affected dependencies to help incremental
                          build tools detecting the change
    --ignore-checks       do not check if paket.dependencies and paket.lock are in sync
    --fail-on-checks      abort if any checks fail
    --group, -g <name>    restore dependencies of a single group
    --project, -p <path>  restore dependencies of a single project
    --references-file <path>
                          restore packages from a paket.references file; may be repeated
    --target-framework <framework>
                          restore only for the specified target framework
    --silent, -s          suppress console output
    --verbose, -v         print detailed information to the console
    --log-file <path>     print output to a file
    --from-bootstrapper   call coming from the '--run' feature of the bootstrapper
    --help                display this list of options.

If you add the --verbose flag Paket will run in verbose mode and show detailed information.

With --log-file [path] you can trace the logged information into a file.

Requires a valid paket.lock file

paket restore fails with an error if the paket.lock file does not exist. No packages are downloaded in that case. Please see paket install and paket update to learn how to create the paket.lock file.

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