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README.md

Kitura command-line interface

This Node.js package provides a kitura command-line interface, to simplify the process of creating Kitura applications.

Installation via Homebrew

$ brew tap ibm-swift/kitura
$ brew install kitura

Installing via Homebrew will also install the latest version of Node.js on your system.

Installation via NPM

$ npm install -g kitura-cli

If you encounter permissions errors such as ENOENT you may need to make changes to your NPM configuration. See here for further details.

Usage

$ kitura

  Usage: kitura [options] [command]

  Kitura command-line interface


  Options:

    -V, --version  output the version number
    -h, --help     output usage information


  Commands:

    build       build the project in a local container
    create      interactively create a Kitura project
    idt         install IBM Cloud Developer Tools
    init        scaffold a bare-bones Kitura project
    kit         print Cocoapods boilerplate for KituraKit
    run         run the project in a local container
    help [cmd]  display help for [cmd]

Release process

Instructions on releasing a new version of the kitura-cli can be found here.