You can use boolean logic (e.g. AND/OR/NOT) for complex search queries. For more help and examples, see the search documentation.
Search by package name:
Search by package filename:
Search by package tag:
Search by package version:
prerelease:false (no prereleases)
Search by package architecture:
Search by package distribution:
Search by package license:
Search by package format:
Search by package status:
Search by package file checksum:
Search by package security status:
Search by package vulnerabilities:
Search by package downloads:
Search by package type:
Search by package size (bytes):
Search by dependency name:
Search by uploaded date:
uploaded:>"1 day ago"
uploaded:<"August 14, 2018 EST"
Search by entitlement token (identifier):
Search queries for all Maven-specific (and related) package types
Search by group ID:
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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|Fmt Scan Name Ver Stat Date Sz Dl|
2.7 MB — 2 years, 9 months ago
440.9 KB — 2 years, 9 months ago
8.5 MB — 2 years, 9 months ago
675.3 KB — 2 years, 9 months ago
441.1 KB — 3 years ago
2.7 MB — 3 years ago
8.5 MB — 3 years ago
675.6 KB — 3 years ago
675.6 KB — 3 years, 3 months ago
8.4 MB — 3 years, 3 months ago
426.3 KB — 3 years, 3 months ago
2.6 MB — 3 years, 3 months ago
What's this page? Packages form the core contents of multi-tenant repositories, and represent individual pieces of versioned software or data. Each package format has a structure that differs from others, with varying ways to use and install it, but they co-exist here. Learn more in the packages documentation.