You can use boolean logic (e.g. AND/OR/NOT) for complex search queries. For more help and examples, see the search documentation.
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Field type modifiers (depending on the type, you can influence behaviour)
For all queries, you can use:
~foo for negation
For string queries, you can use:
^foo to anchor to start of term
foo$ to anchor to end of term
foo*bar for fuzzy matching
For number/date queries, you can use:
>foo for values greater than
>=foo for values greater / equal
<foo for values less than
<=foo for values less / equal
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|78||sumo-benchmark||7037||273.2 KB||1 week, 5 days ago|
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What's this page? Package groups provide a higher-level view of the repository, where similar packages are grouped together. The top and last versions shows the latest version in terms of version ordering (so 4.0 > 3.0) and by upload time, respectively. Learn more in the package groups documentation.