Snyk CLI

Information about using the Snyk CLI to test, fix and monitor your codebase

9 articles in this collection
Written by Josh Emerson, Ellen, and Anton Drukh

Why did the Snyk CLI discover different dependencies to an integration?

Did some dependencies found via the CLI differ from those found via GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket Server or another integration?
Written by Josh Emerson
Updated over a week ago

Does the CLI support monorepos?

I have run snyk monitor against two files in my project but I only see one of them on the snyk website.
Written by Ellen
Updated over a week ago

How is the `package.json` used by the Snyk CLI?

does the package.json get scanned when using the Snyk CLI
Written by Ellen
Updated over a week ago

What is the difference between the `snyk test`, `snyk protect` and `snyk monitor`?

Here we describe what the differences are between some of our CLI commands
Written by Josh Emerson
Updated over a week ago

`snyk protect` requires the `patch` binary

`snyk protect` failed with an error message which includes "GNU's patch is not available"
Written by Anton Drukh
Updated over a week ago

Where can I find the release notes for the Snyk CLI?

What's changed in the latest CLI releases?
Written by Ellen
Updated over a week ago

I've set up my project using the CLI and running snyk test but can’t see the project on Snyk.io. Why not?

Why can I not see my CLI project on the website on the projects page or dashboard
Written by Ellen
Updated over a week ago

Choosing the organisation to use in the CLI

When running commands such as `snyk monitor` or `snyk test` on the CLI you should specify the organisation you wish to use
Written by Josh Emerson
Updated over a week ago

How can I set a CLI project as open source?

Why is my open source project being treated as private? By default, CLI projects are treated as private, but you can set them to open source
Written by Josh Emerson
Updated over a week ago