Hi, this topic has popped up in a few places, but I couldn't find a central/definite answer, so I thought I'd open a thread. A common use-case of package managers is to manage custom packages. This should also include dependency handling - keeping track of and moving dependency packages manually is a major headache. This includes having custom packages as a dependency for other custom packages. The last info I can find is that there's internal discussions on whether that should even be a thing. Have I missed something or is there currently no way to do that with UPM? I still feel like this is such a common scenario that I must miss a straightforward way of doing it. Dependencies don't seem to be supported neither as local packages ('file:...') nor as git packages. Having all packages 'embedded' defeats the point: That would also require manual moving when dealing with multiple projects - or writing custom batch/symlink voodoo in addition to UPM. The only option I'm not sure about is scoped registries (hosted locally?) - could that work?