Publish Package

Now that all development is complete, we're ready to publish our package to the repository. We specified to save the package to our local repository. To do this, ensure you first create a user via the Users->Create New User of the administration panel, then update the repository login information within terminal by typing:

./apex update_repo

Obviously, change the "" to whatever the domain name of your machine is. It will prompt you for a username and password, and just enter the user / pass of the user you just created.

Publish Package

Now that we have login info defined for the repository, go ahead and publish the package. Within terminal, type:

./apex publish training

This will publish the package to our local repository. From here, we can easily install the package on any other system by simply adding the repository with:

./apex add_repo

Again, change the "" to your machine's hostname. From there, you can install with simply:

./apex install training


Now that our package is published and ready, last aspect to cover is Upgrades, and version control within Apex.

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