The Cloudron CLI tool
The Cloudron CLI tool allows you to install, configure and test apps on your Cloudron.
It is also used to submit your app to the Cloudron Store. The
machine subcommand can be used for
various maintenance tasks on a selfhosted Cloudron.
Read the Cloudron.io documentation for in-depth information.
npm install -g cloudron
Depending on your setup, you may need to run this as root.
You should now be able to run the
cloudron help command in a shell.
completion Shows completion for you shell backup create [options] Create app backup backup list [options] List app backups build [options] Build an app clone [options] Clone an existing app to a new location createOAuthAppCredentials [options] Create oauth app credentials for local development exec [options] [cmd...] Exec a command in application inspect [options] Inspect a Cloudron returning raw JSON init Creates a new CloudronManifest.json and Dockerfile install [options] Install or update app into cloudron list List installed applications login [options] [cloudron] Login to cloudron logout Logout off cloudron logs [options] Application logs machine Cloudron instance tooling open Open the app in the Browser published [options] List published apps pull [options] <remote> <local> pull remote file/dir. Use trailing slash to indicate remote directory. push [options] <local> <remote> push local file restore [options] Restore app from last known backup restart [options] Restart the installed application status [options] Application info submit Submit app to the store for review upload [options] Upload app to the store for testing versions [options] List published versions uninstall [options] Uninstall app from cloudron unpublish [options] Unpublish app or app version from the store
To add tab completion to your shell, the cloudron tool can generate it on the fly for the shell you are using. Currently tested on
Just run the following in your shell
. <(cloudron completion)
This command loads the completions into your current shell. Adding it to your ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc will make the completions available everywhere.
The tests can run against a Cloudron as follows:
CLOUDRON=<domain> USERNAME=<username> PASSWORD=<password> mocha tests/