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Libraries.io's data is organised into six packages. Here we describe each of the packages and its contents:

A Libraries.io project is the definition of a package available from one of the 33 Package Managers that it supports.
  • ID integer

    The unique primary key of the project in the Libraries.io database

  • Platform string

    The name of the Package manager the project is available on.

  • Name string

    The name of the project, unique by Platform (case sensitive).

  • Created Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when Libraries.io first discovered the project.

  • Updated Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when Libraries.io last saved a change to the project.

  • Description string

    Description provided by the package manager, falling back to description from repository if empty.

  • Keywords string

    Comma separated array of keywords if supported by package manager.

  • Homepage URL string

    URL of webpage or repository as provided by package managers that support it.

  • Licenses string

    Comma separated array of SPDX identifiers for licenses declared in package manager meta data or submitted manually by Libraries.io user via "project suggection" feature.

  • Repository URL string

    URL of source code repository declared in package manager metadata or submitted manually by Libraries.io user via "project suggection" feature.

  • Versions Count integer

    Number of published versions of the project found by Libraries.io.

  • SourceRank integer

    Libraries.io defined score based on quality, popularity and community metrics.

  • Latest Release Publish Timestamp datetime

    Time of the latest release detected by Libraries.io (ordered by semver, falling back to publish date for invalid semver).

  • Latest Release Number string

    Version number of the latest release detected by Libraries.io (ordered by semver, falling back to publish date for invalid semver).

  • Package Manager ID integer

    Unique ID of project from package manager API, only currently used by PlatformIO.

  • Dependent Projects Count integer

    Number of other projects that declare the project as a dependency in one or more of their versions

  • Language string

    primary programming language the project is written in, pulled from the repository if source is hosted on GitHub

  • Status string

    Either Active, Deprecated, Unmaintained, Help Wanted, Removed, no value also means active. Updated when detected by Libraries.io or submitted manually by Libraries.io user via "project suggection" feature

  • Last synced Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when Libraries.io last synced the project from it's package manager API

  • Dependent Repositories Count integer

    The total count of open source repositories that list the project as a dependency as detected by Libraries.io.

  • Repository ID integer

    The unique primary key of the repository for this project in the Libraries.io database

A Libraries.io version is a definition of an imutable published version of a Project from a package manager. Not all package managers have a concept of publishing versions, often relying directly on tags/branches from a source control.
  • ID integer

    The unique primary key of the version in the Libraries.io database

  • Platform string

    The name of the Package manager the version is available on.

  • Project Name string

    The name of the project the version belongs to.

  • Project ID integer

    The unique primary key of the project for this version in the Libraries.io database

  • Number string

    The number of the release, often confirms to semantic versioning.

  • Published Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when the version was published

  • Created Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when the version was first detected by Libraries.io.

  • Updated Timestamp< datetime

    The timestamp of when the version was last saved by Libraries.io

A Libraries.io tag is equivelant to a tag in git or other source control systems.
  • ID integer

    The unique primary key of the tag in the Libraries.io database

  • Host Type string

    Which website the tags repository is hosted on, either GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket.

  • Repository Name with Owner string

    The repository name and owner seperated by a slash, also maps to the url slug on the given repository host e.g. librariesio/libraries.io.

  • Repository ID integer

    The unique primary key of the repository for this tag in the Libraries.io database

  • Tag Name string

    The name of the tag, often is a version number but could be any freeform string.

  • Tag git sha string

    Sha of the object that the tag is pointing at in the repository.

  • Tag Published Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when the tag was published.

  • Tag Created Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when the tag was first saved by Libraries.io.

  • Tag Updated Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when the tag was last saved by Libraries.io.

Libraries.io dependencies belong to versions of a project, each version can have different sets of dependencies with different versions. Dependencies point at a specific version or range of versions of other projects, the resolution of that project version change over time as new versions are published and dependent on the specifics of the platform.

Almost all package managers dependencies will be from the same package manager, the only exception is Atom, which pulls it's dependencies from the NPM package manager, hence the extra `Dependency Platform` field.

  • ID integer

    The unique primary key of the dependency in the Libraries.io database

  • Platform string

    The name of the Package manager the dependency is available on.

  • Project Name string

    The name of the project the dependency belongs to.

  • Project ID integer

    The unique primary key of the project for this dependency in the Libraries.io database

  • Verion Number string

    The number of the version that the dependency belongs to.

  • Version ID integer

    The unique primary key of the version for this dependency in the Libraries.io database

  • Dependency Name string

    The name of the project that the dependency specifies.

  • Dependency Platform string

    The name of the package manager that the project that the dependency specifies is available from (only different for Atom).

  • Dependency Kind string

    The type of dependency, often declared for the phase of usage, e.g. runtime, test, development, build.

  • Optional Dependency boolean

    Is the dependency optional?.

  • Dependency Requirements string

    The version or range of versions that the dependency specifies, resolution of that to a particular version is package manager specific.

  • Dependency Project ID integer

    The unique primary key of the project for this dependency in the Libraries.io database

A Libraries.io repository represents a publically accessible source code repository from either github.com, gitlab.com or bitbucket.org.

  • ID integer

    The unique primary key of the repository in the Libraries.io database

  • Host Type string

    Which website the repository is hosted on, either GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket.

  • Name with Owner string

    The repository name and owner seperated by a slash, also maps to the url slug on the given repository host e.g. librariesio/libraries.io.

  • Description string

    Description of repository.

  • Forkboolean

    Is the repository a fork of another.

  • Created Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when the repository was created on the host.

  • Updated Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when the repository was last saved by Libraries.io.

  • Last pushed Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when the repository was last pushed to, only available for GitHub repositories.

  • Homepage URL string

    URL of a declared homepage or other website for the repository.

  • Size integer

    Size of the repository in kilobytes, only available for GitHub and Bitbucket.

  • Stars Count integer

    Number of stars on the repository, only available for GitHub and GitLab.

  • Language string

    Primary programming language the project is written in, only available for GitHub and Bitbucket.

  • Issues enabledboolean

    Is the bug tracker enabled for this repository?.

  • Wiki enabledboolean

    Is the wiki enabled for this repository?.

  • Pages enabledboolean

    Is GitHub pages enabled for this repository? only possible for GitHub.

  • Forks Count integer

    Number of forks of this repository.

  • Mirror URL string

    URL of the repositroy of which this is a mirror of, only present if this repository is a mirror of another.

  • Open Issues Count integer

    Number of open issues on the repository bug tracker, only available for GitHub and GitLab.

  • Default branch string

    Primary branch of the repository.

  • Watchers Count integer

    Number of subscribers to all notifications for the repository, only available for GitHub and Bitbucket.

  • UUID string

    ID of the repository on the remote host, not unique between GitLab and GitHub repositories.

  • Fork Source Name with Owner string

    If the repository is a fork, the repository name and owner seperated by a slash of the repository if was forked from.

  • License string

    SPDX identifier of the license of the repository, only available for GitHub repositories.

  • Contributors Count integer

    Number of unique contributors that have committed to the default branch.

  • Readme filename string

    If a readme file has been detected, the full name of the readme file, e.g README.md.

  • Changelog filename string

    If a changelog file has been detected, the full name of the changelog file, e.g changelog.txt.

  • Contributing guidelines filename string

    If a contributing guidelines file has been detected, the full name of the contributing guidelines file, e.g contributing.md.

  • License filename string

    If a license file has been detected, the full name of the license file, e.g LICENSE.

  • Code of Conduct filename string

    If a code of conduct file has been detected, the full name of the code of conduct file, e.g code_of_conduct.md.

  • Security Threat Model filename string

    If a Security Threat Model file has been detected, the full name of the Security Threat Model file, e.g threatmodel.md.

  • Security Audit filename string

    If a Security Audit file has been detected, the full name of the Security Audit file, e.g security.md.

  • Status string

    - Either Active, Deprecated, Unmaintained, Help Wanted, Removed, no value also means active. Updated when detected by Libraries.io or su. manually by Libraries.io user via "repo suggection" feature

  • Last Synced Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when Libraries.io last synced the repository from the host API.

  • SourceRank integer

    Libraries.io defined score based on quality, popularity and community metrics.

  • Display Name string

    Display name for the repository, only available for GitLab repositories.

  • SCM type string

    Type of source control repository uses, always "git" for GitHub and GitLab.

  • Pull requests enabledboolean

    Are pull requests enabled for this repository? Only available for GitLab repositories.

  • Logo URL string

    Custom logo url for repository, only available for GitLab repositories.

  • Keywords string

    Comma separated array of keywords, called "topics" on GitHub, only available for GitHub and GitLab.

A Libraries.io repository dependency is where a dependency on a Project from a package manager has been specified in a manifest file, either as a manually added dependency commited by a user or listed as a generated dependency listed in a lockfile that has been automatically generated by a package manager and commited.
  • ID integer

    The unique primary key of the repository dependency in the Libraries.io database

  • Host Type string

    Which website the dependencys repository is hosted on, either GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket.

  • Repository Name with Owner string

    The repository name and owner seperated by a slash, also maps to the url slug on the given repository host e.g. librariesio/libraries.io.

  • Repository ID integer

    The unique primary key of the repository for this dependency in the Libraries.io database

  • Manifest Platform string

    Which package manager the dependency listed in the manifest should use.

  • Manifest Filepath string

    Path to the file where the dependency is declared within the repository.

  • Git branch string

    Which branch was the manifest loaded from the repository.

  • Manifest kind string

    Either manifest or lockfile, manifests are written by humans, lockfiles contain full resolved dependency tree.

  • Optionalboolean

    Is the dependency optional?.

  • Dependency Project Name string

    The name of the project that the dependency specifies.

  • Dependency Requirements string

    The version or range of versions that the dependency specifies, resolution of that to a particular version is package manager specific.

  • Dependency Kind string

    The type of dependency, often declared for the phase of usage, e.g. runtime, test, development, build.

  • Dependency Project ID integer

    The unique primary key of the project for this dependency in the Libraries.io database

This is an alternative projects export that denormalizes a projects related source code repository inline to reduce the need to join between two data sets.
  • ID integer

    The unique primary key of the project in the Libraries.io database

  • Platform string

    The name of the Package manager the project is available on.

  • Name string

    The name of the project, unique by Platform (case sensitive).

  • Created Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when Libraries.io first discovered the project.

  • Updated Timestamp datetime

    The timestamp of when Libraries.io last saved a change to the project.

  • Description string

    Description provided by the package manager, falling back to description from repository if empty.

  • Keywords string

    Comma separated array of keywords if supported by package manager.

  • Homepage URL string

    URL of webpage or repository as provided by package managers that support it.

  • Licenses string

    Comma separated array of SPDX identifiers for licenses declared in package manager meta data or submitted manually by Libraries.io user via "project suggection" feature.

  • Repository URL string

    URL of source code repository declared in package manager metadata or submitted manually by Libraries.io user via "project suggection" feature.

  • Versions Count integer

    Number of published versions of the project found by Libraries.io.

  • SourceRank integer

    Libraries.io defined score based on quality, popularity and community metrics.

  • Latest Release Publish Timestamp datetime

    Time of the latest release detected by Libraries.io (ordered by semver, falling back to publish date for invalid semver).

  • Latest Release Number string

    Version number of the latest release detected by Libraries.io (ordered by semver, falling back to publish date for invalid semver).

  • Package Manager ID integer

    Unique ID of project from package manager API, only currently used by PlatformIO.

  • Dependent Projects Count integer

    Number of other projects that declare the project as a dependency in one or more of their versions

  • Language string

    primary programming language the project is written in, pulled from the repository if source is hosted on GitHub

  • Status string

    Either Active, Deprecated, Unmaintained, Help Wanted, Removed, no value also means active. Updated when detected by Libraries.io or submitted manually by Libraries.io user via "project suggection" feature

  • Last synced Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when Libraries.io last synced the project from it's package manager API

  • Dependent Repositories Count integer

    The total count of open source repositories that list the project as a dependency as detected by Libraries.io.

  • Repository ID integer

    The unique primary key of the repository for this project in the Libraries.io database

  • Repository Host Type string

    Which website the repository is hosted on, either GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket.

  • Repository Name with Owner string

    The repository name and owner seperated by a slash, also maps to the url slug on the given repository host e.g. librariesio/libraries.io.

  • Repository Description string

    Description of repository.

  • Repository Forkboolean

    Is the repository a fork of another.

  • Repository Created Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when the repository was created on the host.

  • Repository Updated Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when the repository was last saved by Libraries.io.

  • Repository Last pushed Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when the repository was last pushed to, only available for GitHub repositories.

  • Repository Homepage URL string

    URL of a declared homepage or other website for the repository.

  • Repository Size integer

    Size of the repository in kilobytes, only available for GitHub and Bitbucket.

  • Repository Stars Count integer

    Number of stars on the repository, only available for GitHub and GitLab.

  • Repository Language string

    Primary programming language the project is written in, only available for GitHub and Bitbucket.

  • Repository Issues enabledboolean

    Is the bug tracker enabled for this repository?.

  • Repository Wiki enabledboolean

    Is the wiki enabled for this repository?.

  • Repository Pages enabledboolean

    Is GitHub pages enabled for this repository? only possible for GitHub.

  • Repository Forks Count integer

    Number of forks of this repository.

  • Repository Mirror URL string

    URL of the repositroy of which this is a mirror of, only present if this repository is a mirror of another.

  • Repository Open Issues Count integer

    Number of open issues on the repository bug tracker, only available for GitHub and GitLab.

  • Repository Default branch string

    Primary branch of the repository.

  • Repository Watchers Count integer

    Number of subscribers to all notifications for the repository, only available for GitHub and Bitbucket.

  • Repository UUID string

    ID of the repository on the remote host, not unique between GitLab and GitHub repositories.

  • Repository Fork Source Name with Owner string

    If the repository is a fork, the repository name and owner seperated by a slash of the repository if was forked from.

  • Repository License string

    SPDX identifier of the license of the repository, only available for GitHub repositories.

  • Repository Contributors Count integer

    Number of unique contributors that have committed to the default branch.

  • Repository Readme filename string

    If a readme file has been detected, the full name of the readme file, e.g README.md.

  • Repository Changelog filename string

    If a changelog file has been detected, the full name of the changelog file, e.g changelog.txt.

  • Repository Contributing guidelines filename string

    If a contributing guidelines file has been detected, the full name of the contributing guidelines file, e.g contributing.md.

  • Repository License filename string

    If a license file has been detected, the full name of the license file, e.g LICENSE.

  • Repository Code of Conduct filename string

    If a code of conduct file has been detected, the full name of the code of conduct file, e.g code_of_conduct.md.

  • Repository Security Threat Model filename string

    If a Security Threat Model file has been detected, the full name of the Security Threat Model file, e.g threatmodel.md.

  • Repository Security Audit filename string

    If a Security Audit file has been detected, the full name of the Security Audit file, e.g security.md.

  • Repository Status string

    - Either Active, Deprecated, Unmaintained, Help Wanted, Removed, no value also means active. Updated when detected by Libraries.io or su. manually by Libraries.io user via "repo suggection" feature

  • Repository Last Synced Timestamp datetime

    Timestamp of when Libraries.io last synced the repository from the host API.

  • Repository SourceRank integer

    Libraries.io defined score based on quality, popularity and community metrics.

  • Repository Display Name string

    Display name for the repository, only available for GitLab repositories.

  • Repository SCM type string

    Type of source control repository uses, always "git" for GitHub and GitLab.

  • Repository Pull requests enabledboolean

    Are pull requests enabled for this repository? Only available for GitLab repositories.

  • Repository Logo URL string

    Custom logo url for repository, only available for GitLab repositories.

  • Repository Keywords string

    Comma separated array of keywords, called "topics" on GitHub, only available for GitHub and GitLab.


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