For CommandBox to be able to install packages for you it needs to connect to package registry where packages are stored so it can download them for installation. CommandBox integrates seamlessly with ForgeBox, our community of ColdFusion (CFML) projects. CommandBox also integrates with HTTP(S), local file/folder, and Git endpoints.
Here is a list of the package endpoints currently supported by CommandBox.
ForgeBox - Cloud-based packages (Read more)
HTTP(S) - Point to a hosted zip file containing a package (Read more)
File - A local file containing a package (Read more)
Folder - A local folder containing a package (Read more)
Git - Any Git repo containing a package (Read more)
Java - Install OpenJDK for your servers (Read more)
Jar - A jar file hosted via HTTP that's not contained in a zip file (Read more)
Lex- A Lucee Extension hosted via HTTP that's not contained in a zip file (Read more)
S3 - A package zip stored in a private S3 bucket (Read more)
CFLib - UDFs posted on CFLib.org (Read more)
Gist - A package hosted as a Gist from gist.github.com (Read more)
install firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.site.com/myPackage.zipinstall /var/libs/myPackage.zipinstall /var/libs/myPackage/install git://github.com/username/repoName.git#v1.5.6