jar:endpoint to download them. The jar endpoint does not expect the jars to be contained in a zip file or to have a box.json. As such, there is no real package slug or name, so CommandBox will "guess" the name based on the name of the jar (if a jar name appears in the path or query string).
jar:endpoint will be placed in a
lib/folder by default unless you provide another folder for installation.
box.jsonin this format.
0.0.0if not found)
1.24.0from the path of the URL and will assume that as the version of the package. When checking for outdated dependencies, that version will be used to compare to the current URL in your
box.jsonwhich means an unchanged URL will know it is not out of date.