proto install <tool> (or
proto i) command will download and install a tool by unpacking
their archive to
~/.proto/tools/<tool>. If the tool has already been installed, the command will
The command is also smart enough to resolve partial versions, so 1, 1.2, and 1.2.3 are all
acceptable. It even supports aliases when applicable, like
beta, etc. To install
a canary release, use
$ proto install deno 1.31
$ proto install deno --canary
Some tools run post-install hooks that support arbitrary arguments that can be passed
$ proto install go -- --no-gobin
<tool>- Type of tool.
[version]- Version of tool. Defaults to "latest".
[-- <args>]- Additional arguments to pass to post-install hooks.
--canary- Install a canary (next, nightly, etc) version.
--pin- Pin the resolved version as the global default, and create a symlink in