Deno Version Manager
Switch between different versions of Deno.
dvm install x.x.x -r denocn
Currently you can use npm to install dvm:
npm install -g dvm
➜ ~ dvm --help Usage: dvm [options] [command] Options: -v, --version output the version number -d, --debug Print verbose infos for debug -h, --help output usage information Commands: arch Show if deno is running in 32 or 64 bit mode list List all installed versions install <version> Install deno <version> use [version] Switch to use the specified version
To verify that dvm has been installed, do:
which should output dvm's version if the installation was successful.
dvm will creates an
~/.dvm/ directory if it doesn't exist,
and all installed versions of deno will put into
➜ ~ dvm Creating /Users/justjavac/.dvm
Note For Windows Users
You may have to run
dvm in a shell (cmd, PowerShell, Git Bash, etc) with
elevated (Administrative) privileges to get it to run.
➜ ~ dvm use 0.1.2 You may have to run dvm in a shell (cmd, PowerShell, Git Bash, etc) with elevated (Administrative) privileges to get it to run.
Known deno download registry Mirrors
For your convenience, when you use
dvm install to install a specific version of deno, you can pick a registry. Currently we provide these registries built in:
List all installed versions:
➜ ~ dvm list * 0.1.0 0.1.1 0.1.2
The version with a asterisk(
*) means that this version is the version currently in use.
➜ ~ dvm use 0.1.2 now use 0.1.2 ➜ ~ dvm use 0.0.2 deno v0.0.2 is not installed. Use `dvm install 0.0.2` to install it first.
Deno Version Manager(dvm) is released under the GPL License. See the bundled LICENSE file for details.