[PD] Installing libraries/externals via terminal or using -nogui

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Thu Jun 13 14:25:25 CEST 2019

On 13.06.19 11:09, Joey Dodson wrote:
> I haven't had any luck figuring out what to do next. The documentation for
> the command line tool seems a bit lacking as it doesn't have much
> information via $ deken -h nor $ man deken nor in the README files on
> github. If anyone can point me in the right direction, I'd be really
> grateful!

$ deken -h
usage: deken [-h] [-v] [-q] [--version] [--platform]
             {package,upload,find,download,verify,install} ...
$ deken install -h
usage: deken install [-h] [--search-url SEARCH_URL]
           [--architecture ARCHITECTURE] [--no-verify]
           [--ignore-missing] [--ignore-missing-gpg] [--ignore-gpg]
           [--ignore-missing-hash] [--ignore-hash]
           [--requirement REQUIREMENT] [--installdir INSTALLDIR]
           [package [package ...]]
positional arguments:
  package               package specifier or URL to install
$ deken install else


$ deken find -h
usage: deken find [-h] [--search-url SEARCH_URL]
       [--architecture ARCHITECTURE]
       [--depth DEPTH] [--reverse] [--libraries] [--objects]
       [TERM [TERM ...]]
positional arguments:
  TERM                  libraries/objects to search for
$ deken find else
Deken 0.5.2
else/1.0beta20 uploaded by porres on 2019-05-09 03:11:47 for Linux-amd64-32

you can download the file directly from the URL and unzip it into your


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