UPack Documentation

Virtual Package Format

  • Last Modified: 2018-05-08

There's not much to virtual package; it's just a JSON-based text file with a .vpack file extension.

The file is formatted just like a universal package manifest file (e.g. upack.json), and follows the same specification, except that there are two additional properties:

Property Format
contentsR An array of at least one item, containing any of the following:
metaContents same as contents property

The contents property is required.

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