Projects allow you to track dependencies for a given software repository (e.g. a Git repository) over time. Every submission must be associated with a Phylum project.
To create a new project and associate the working directory with it, simply run:
phylum projects create <project-name>
This will create a
.phylum_project file in the current working directory which should be committed into version control.
If you have an existing project you want to associate the current working directory with, you can link it by running:
phylum projects link <project-name>
This will also create a
.phylum_project file in the current working directory and all analysis will be done against this Phylum project.
To view a list of your projects, run:
phylum projects list
Updated about 1 month ago