The dependency graph is a summary of the manifest and lock files stored in a repository. それぞれのリポジトリにおいて、依存関係グラフは以下を表示します。依存関係、すなわちリポジトリが依存するエコシステ� とパッケージ。 GitHub Enterprise Serverは、リポジトリに依存する対象、リポジトリ、パッケージに関する情� �を計算しません。
When you push a commit to GitHub Enterprise Server that changes or adds a supported manifest or lock file to the default branch, the dependency graph is automatically updated. For information on the supported ecosystems and manifest files, see "Supported package ecosystems" below.
The dependency graph includes all the dependencies of a repository that are detailed in the manifest and lock files, or their equivalent, for supported ecosystems. This includes:
- Direct dependencies, that are explicitly defined in a manifest or lock file
- Indirect dependencies of these direct dependencies, also known as transitive dependencies or sub-dependencies
The dependency graph identifies indirect dependencies from the lock files.
For more information on how GitHub Enterprise Server helps you understand the dependencies in your environment, see "About supply chain security."
You can use the dependency graph to:
- Explore the repositories your code depends on. For more information, see "Exploring the dependencies of a repository."
- View and update vulnerable dependencies for your repository. For more information, see "About Dependabotアラート."
The recommended formats explicitly define which versions are used for all direct and all indirect dependencies. If you use these formats, your dependency graph is more accurate. It also reflects the current build set up and enables the dependency graph to report vulnerabilities in both direct and indirect dependencies.
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[‡] If you list your Python dependencies within a
setup.py file, we may not be able to parse and list every dependency in your project.