Specify a version constraint to verify whether upgrades can be performed in your project, and if not why not. You can use Composer to create new projects from an existing package.
This is the equivalent of doing a git clone/svn checkout followed by a "composer install" of the vendors.
In these cases, uninstalling and then reinstalling the same version of the package will restore those reference to working order.
Being mindful of the Considerations described later, you can easily reinstall any package using the Update-Package command in the Visual Studio Package Manager Console (Tools , however, you can specifically constrain the version range.
We show how to use it with a URL to pull in changes in a one-off fashion in “Checking Out Remote Branches”.For example, if you know that your application works only with version 1.x of a package but not 2.0 and above, perhaps due to a major change in the package API, then you'd want to constrain upgrades to 1.x versions.This prevents accidental updates that would break the application.command communicates with a remote repository and fetches down all the information that is in that repository that is not in your current one and stores it in your local database.We first look at this command in “Fetching and Pulling from Your Remotes” and we continue to see examples of it use in “Remote Branches”.After several iterations, the RMC approves the text and retention period for a particular category of records, and turns to the next category for discussion and review.