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Why GPM rules

GPM takes a project based approach to package installation.
Packages installed into the project folder
The contents of the package file live right next to your application's code. This means you can easily see what code the current project is executing. You can also add the package contents in to source code control so other developers just has to get the latest version from source code control and they're ready to go.
Designed with multi developer teams and Continuous Integration in mind
Information about what packages your project uses is stored as you install the packages are installed. This along with a rich command line interface means other developers (or your CI server) just need to run a simple command to reconstruct the exact package configuration.
Multiple version of the same package on one computer
Since the packages are installed in the project folder, each project can have its own unique version of the package file. This means that updating the package for one project won't introduce untested code into another.

Getting GPM

Follow these instructions to install GPM onto your system.

GPM is installed using NI Package Manager. Please download and install NIPM before installing GPM.

Install GPM's package feed to your system then start the interactive installation process.

Install GPM's package feed to your system then silently install it.

Note: This command must be run from an elevated command prompt!

See the Install Instructions in our documentation.

Now go find some packages!