The AppHarbor CLI is used to manage AppHarbor applications from the command line.
For more about AppHarbor see https://appharbor.com/.
The CLI is known to work on Windows. Download and run the installer to get started.
Once installed, you can log in to create and administer AppHarbor applications. Use the
-h switch to
get more information about each command and any options available.
appharbor deploy -e bin -e obj
This will deploy the application using the optional "excluded directory name" argument to avoid uploading compiled binaries. Also note the use of a command "alias". Aliases are enclosed in paranthesis in the list of available commands.
$ appharbor login Username: friism Password: *************** Successfully logged in as friism $ appharbor Usage: appharbor COMMAND [command-options] Available commands: app # List your applications app create [name] # Create an application ("create") app delete # Delete application app deploy # Deploy current directory ("deploy") app info # Get application details app link [slug] # Link directory to an application ("link") app log # Get application log ("log") app open # Open application on appharbor.com ("open") app unlink # Unlink application from directory ("unlink") build # List latest builds config add [key=value] # Add configuration variable to application config # List all configuration variables config remove [key1 key2..] # Remove configuration variable drain add [drain_url] # Add a log drain drain # Show log drains and tokens drain remove [drain url] # Remove a log drain help # Display help summary hostname add [hostname] # Add a hostname hostname # List all associated hostnames hostname remove [hostname] # Remove hostname from application user login # Login to AppHarbor ("login") user logout # Logout of AppHarbor ("logout") user # Show currently logged in user Common options: -h, --help # Show command help
If you use the CLI a lot you might want to create an alias for the appharbor executable. You can do this with a simple batch file called "ah.bat" in the CLI install directory. The file should have this content:
After this you can simply call the commands with for instance
The CLI uses the AppHarbor API, documentation can be found here: http://support.appharbor.com/kb/api/api-overview