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tsm: Titanium SDK Manager

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manage installed titanium mobile SDKs with ease

tsm is a small utility which helps you to manage your installed sdk versions. Often, it is useful to download the latest versions of the SDK off of Appcelerator's build page. However, this can be tedious; especially for users who do not use the Titanium/Apptana studio nonsense.

The utility requires node; see this page for instructions on how to install node. You can then install it with npm:

$ sudo npm install -g tsm

Depending on how you installed node, you may or may not need to use sudo. If you're using a virtual environment manager such as nvm you do not need sudo.

You will now have the tsm command available to you. tsm uses node-semver to make it easier to select versions. To list all available builds in the 2.1 release, try

$ tsm ls 2.1

To list all available builds:

$ tsm ls all

To list installed builds:

$ tsm ls installed

You can even specify ranges:

$ tsm ls '> 2.0 < 2.1'

You can also install an sdk version:

$ tsm install 2.1

This will install the latest build available from the matched versions.

You can also delete versions:

$ tsm delete 1

This will delete all version 1.x.x builds. It will prompt for confirmation first.

Note that 2.0 is parsed as a float, so if you want to install 2.0, specify it like this

$ tsm install 2.0.x

or else you'll get 2.1 instead.

Run the script with tsm run:

$ tsm run 2.0.x create

Full documentation on the script is available here.

Run the for a particular os with tsm builder:

$ tsm builder 2.0.x iphone

If you're on osx and you have a /Library/Application Support/Titanium or $HOME/Library/Application Support/Titanium directory (the place where Titanium Studio puts its sdks) then the installed sdks will be dropped there.

If you don't have this folder or you're on linux, the sdks will be installed in ~/.titanium/.


tsm has a very high level api which can be used to gather information about builds or install builds. You can find the full annotated source here.

Windows Support

tsm runs on windows as of version 1.0.0. If you have python in your path, it can also run the Titanium scripts.




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