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README.rst

Arm Mbed CLI

Mbed CLI is the name of the Arm Mbed command line tool, packaged as mbed-cli, which enables the full mbed workflow: repositories version control, maintaining dependencies, publishing code, updating from remotely hosted repositories (GitHub, GitLab and mbed.com), and invoking Arm Mbed's own build system and export functions, among other operations.

Installation

Mbed CLI is a Python script, so you'll need Python installed in order to use it. mbed CLI was tested with Python 2.7 and Python 3.6.

Mbed CLI supports both Git and Mercurial repositories, so you'll also need to install Mercurial and Git.

Get Started

The best way to get started is to read the documentation on GitHub.

License

Mbed CLI is licensed under Apache-2.0

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