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You need to use the
#, appended to the component name:
bower install bootstrap#version3-branch-name
And as you might expect, if you add
--save-dev to that, then it will add to your
You can specify the commit SHA instead of a version:
bower install bootstrap#37d0a30589
Note that specifying a branch in production or reusable modules is bad practice as it’s a moving target and will eventually break something. Discussion about it here.
Until bower gets the ability to target a specific commit as @Sindre noted, I am taking advantage of bower’s ability to target arbitrary zip files. I specified github’s zip of bootstrap’s 3.0 branch in my component.json:
I understand this is bad practice to target a branch (rather than a specific commit), but this works for me for now as a stopgap.