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Installing Packages


During the alpha release of the Cloud9 SDK, installing packages happens via the command line. # Find packages You can find a list of all published packages via the `list` command: ``` c9 list ``` This will present a list of all the names and description of the plugins that are currently installed. Search through the list using grep: ``` c9 list | grep example ``` # Install packages When you have found the package you'd like to install. Log into your workspace on c9.io and type: ``` c9 install c9.ide.example ``` Where `c9.ide.example` is the name of the plugin you wish to install. If you wish to install a (public) package to develop on, use the `--debug` flag to get the source from the git repo that holds the latest source of the package. ``` c9 install --debug c9.ide.example ``` This will check out the source of the package. Note that this package will only show up when starting Cloud9 in [debug mode](package-development-workflow#cloud9-debug-mode). # Remove packages Remove a package with this command: ``` c9 remove c9.ide.example ``` Be careful, as this command will remove all the files from disk, even those that you have edited. In addition you can find installed packages in the Preference panel (via `Cloud9/Preferences`) in the `package manager` tab and uninstall packages via that UI. # Future The beta version of the SDK will include a graphical interface for searching, selecting and installing packages.