Package Manager Compatibility Matrix

Look out baby 'cuz here I come.

Package managers have various features that mean supporting them is more nuanced than a simple yes or no. This table shows exactly what is supported for each package manager:

Platform Number of Packages Versions Git Tags Dependencies Manifest Parsing Security Notifications License checking
Alcatraz
472 - Coming soon
Bower
72,305 Coming soon Coming soon
Cargo
91,407 - Coming soon
Carthage
4,556 - Coming soon
Clojars
24,296 Coming soon Coming soon
CocoaPods
89,506 - Coming soon
conda
17,638 - Coming soon
CPAN
39,406 - Coming soon
CRAN
22,705 - Coming soon
Dub
2,464 - Coming soon
Elm
2,668 - Coming soon
Go
394,270 - Coming soon
Hackage
16,686 - Coming soon
Haxelib
1,705 - Coming soon
Hex
13,511 - Coming soon
Homebrew
7,752 Coming soon - Coming soon
Inqlude
228 Coming soon - Coming soon
Julia
3,048 - Coming soon
Maven
507,454 Coming soon Coming soon
Meteor
13,410 - Coming soon
MultipleSourcesBase
0 - Coming soon
Nimble
2,012 Coming soon - Coming soon
npm
2,546,421 Coming soon Coming soon
NuGet
546,403 - Coming soon
Packagist
448,667 Coming soon Coming soon
Pub
33,879 - Coming soon
Puppet
6,923 Coming soon - Coming soon
PureScript
619 Coming soon - Coming soon
PyPI
477,935 Coming soon Coming soon
Racket
2,271 - Coming soon
Rubygems
180,640 Coming soon Coming soon
SwiftPM
4,207 - Coming soon

What About Package Manager X?

Some package managers require compilation before parsing their dependencies, some we simply haven't got around to yet. Luckily Libraries.io is an open source package so if you need to add a new package manager then you can. You can find everything you need to get started in our documentation.