How to list yak sources?

Hey Discourse,

Is there a way to list the current sources yak is using to find its packages?

From the yak.exe command line tool*

– cs

  1. Go to Options > Advanced and look for the Rhino.Options.PackageManager.Sources setting.

Sorry I should have specified I meant from the yak.exe command line tool. I’ll update my question.

I’m afraid there’s no way to do it via Yak CLI.

Hi -

I suppose that, as long as you don’t explicitly use a source argument, the only source that is being used is

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A .yak file is just a .zip file…

– Dale

I know, but I’d like to be able to see all the sources currently being used by Yak, or I guess, without opening Rhino

@wim very true. I’ve been trying a lot of experiments with yak and one fantastic thing I’ve found is that if I put different versions of the same package in a different source location, it combines them together in the package manager in Rhino.

I’d just like to be able to get these sources via command line for a tool I’m making.

– cs