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Cupertino

Automate administrative tasks that you would normally have to do through the Apple Dev Center websites. Life's too short to manage device identifiers by hand!

Cupertino is named after Cupertino, CA: home to Apple, Inc.'s world headquarters. It's part of a series of world-class command-line utilities for iOS development, which includes Shenzhen (Building & Distribution), Houston (Push Notifications), Venice (In-App Purchase Receipt Verification), and Dubai (Passbook pass generation).

Requirements

Cupertino requires the Xcode Command Line Tools, which can be installed with the following command:

$ xcode-select --install

Installation

$ gem install cupertino

Usage

Authentication

$ ios login

Credentials are saved in the Keychain. You will not be prompted for your username or password by commands while you are logged in. (Mac only)

Devices

$ ios devices:list

+------------------------------+---------------------------------------+
|       Listing 2 devices. You can register 98 additional devices.     |
+---------------------------+------------------------------------------+
| Device Name               | Device Identifier                        |
+---------------------------+------------------------------------------+
| Johnny Appleseed iPad     | 0123456789012345678901234567890123abcdef |
| Johnny Appleseed iPhone   | abcdef0123456789012345678901234567890123 |
+---------------------------+------------------------------------------+

$ ios devices:add "iPad 1"=abc123
$ ios devices:add "iPad 2"=def456 "iPad 3"=ghi789 ...

Provisioning Profiles

$ ios profiles:list

+----------------------------------+--------------+---------+
| Profile                          | App ID       | Status  |
+----------------------------------+--------------+---------+
| iOS Team Provisioning Profile: * | ABCDEFG123.* | Valid   |
+----------------------------------+--------------+---------+

$ ios profiles:manage:devices

Opens an editor with a list of devices, each of which can be commented / uncommented to turn them off / on for that provisioning profile.

# Comment / Uncomment Devices to Turn Off / On for Provisioning Profile
Johnny Appleseed iPad 0123456789012345678901234567890123abcdef
# Johnny Appleseed iPhone abcdef0123456789012345678901234567890123


$ ios profiles:devices:add MyApp_Development_Profile "Johnny Appleseed iPad"=0123456789012345678901234567890123abcdef "Johnny Appleseed iPhone"=abcdef0123456789012345678901234567890123

Adds (without an editor) a list of devices to a provisioning profile

$ ios profiles:devices:remove MyApp_Development_Profile "Johnny Old iPad"=0123456789012345678901234567890123abcdef "Johnny Old iPhone"=abcdef0123456789012345678901234567890123

Removes (without an editor) a list of devices from a provisioning profile

App IDs

$ ios app_ids:list

+-----------------------------+------------------------+-------------------+-------------------+
| Bundle Seed ID              | Description            | Development       | Distribution      |
+-----------------------------+------------------------+-------------------+-------------------+
| 123ABCDEFG.com.mattt.bundle | App Bundle Description | Passes            | Passes            |
|                             |                        | Data Protection   | Data Protection   |
|                             |                        | iCloud            | iCloud            |
|                             |                        | In-App Purchase   | In-App Purchase   |
|                             |                        | Game Center       | Game Center       |
|                             |                        | Push Notification | Push Notification |
+-----------------------------+------------------------+-------------------+-------------------+

Certificates

$ ios certificates:list

+------------------+----------------------------------+-----------------+--------+
| Name             | Provisioning Profiles            | Expiration Date | Status |
+------------------+----------------------------------+-----------------+--------+
| Johnny Appleseed | iOS Team Provisioning Profile: * | Dec 23, 2012    | Issued |
+------------------+----------------------------------+-----------------+--------+

Commands

  • login
  • logout
  • devices:add
  • devices:list
  • profiles:list
  • profiles:manage:devices
  • profiles:manage:devices:add
  • profiles:manage:devices:remove
  • profiles:download
  • profiles:download:all
  • certificates:list
  • certificates:download
  • app_ids:list

Disabled Commands

With the latest updates to the Apple Developer Portal, the following functionality has been removed.

  • pass_type_ids:list
  • pass_type_ids:add
  • pass_type_ids:certificates:list
  • pass_type_ids:certificates:add
  • pass_type_ids:certificates:download

Proxies

Cupertino will access the provisioning portal through a proxy if the HTTP_PROXY environment variable is set, with optional credentials HTTP_PROXY_USER and HTTP_PROXY_PASSWORD.

Contact

Mattt Thompson

License

Cupertino is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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