usage: rush add [-h] -p PACKAGE [--exact] [--caret] [--dev] [-m] [-s] [--all] Adds a specified package as a dependency of the current project (as determined by the current working directory) and then runs "rush update". If no version is specified, a version will be automatically detected (typically either the latest version or a version that won't break the "ensureConsistentVersions" policy). If a version range is specified, the latest version in the range will be used. The version will be automatically prepended with a tilde, unless the "--exact" or "--caret" flags are used. The "--make-consistent" flag can be used to update all packages with the dependency. Optional arguments: -h, --help Show this help message and exit. -p PACKAGE, --package PACKAGE (Required) The name of the package which should be added as a dependency. A SemVer version specifier can be appended after an "@" sign. WARNING: Symbol characters are usually interpreted by your shell, so it's recommended to use quotes. For example, write "rush add --package "example@^1.2.3"" instead of "rush add --package example@^1.2.3". --exact If specified, the SemVer specifier added to the package.json will be an exact version (e.g. without tilde or caret). --caret If specified, the SemVer specifier added to the package.json will be a prepended with a "caret" specifier ("^"). --dev If specified, the package will be added to the "devDependencies" section of the package.json -m, --make-consistent If specified, other packages with this dependency will have their package.json files updated to use the same version of the dependency. -s, --skip-update If specified, the "rush update" command will not be run after updating the package.json files. --all If specified, the dependency will be added to all projects.
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