conda search <query>

Search for packages and display associated information. The input is a MatchSpec, a query language for conda packages. See examples below




--envsSearch all of the current user's environments. If run as Administrator (on Windows) or UID 0 (on unix), search all known environments on the system
-i, --infoProvide detailed information about each package
--subdir, --platform <arg>Search the given subdir. Should be formatted like 'osx-64', 'linux-32', 'win-64', and so on. The default is to search the current platform
-c, --channel <arg>They are given (including local directories using the 'file://' syntax or simply a path like '/home/conda/mychan' or '../mychan'). Then, the defaults or channels from .condarc are searched (unless --override-channels is given). You can use 'defaults' to get the default packages for conda. You can also use any name and the .condarc channel_alias value will be prepended. The default channel_alias is
--use-localUse locally built packages. Identical to '-c local'
--override-channelsDo not search default or .condarc channels. Requires --channel
--repodata-fn <arg>Specify name of repodata on remote server. Conda will try whatever you specify, but will ultimately fall back to repodata.json if your specs are not satisfiable with what you specify here. This is used to employ repodata that is reduced in time scope. You may pass this flag more than once. Leftmost entries are tried first, and the fallback to repodata.json is added for you automatically
-C, --use-index-cacheUse cache of channel index files, even if it has expired
-k, --insecureAllow conda to perform insecure SSL connections and transfers. Equivalent to setting 'ssl_verify' to 'false'
--offlineOffline mode. Don't connect to the Internet
--jsonReport all output as json. Suitable for using conda programmatically
-v, --verboseUse once for info, twice for debug, three times for trace
-q, --quietDo not display progress bar