Last updated on January 30, 2015 22:08
The Viaduct Command Line Toolkit allows you to interact with your Viaduct applications from the comfort of your command line. To see what you can do, check out this video.
Viaduct requires Ruby 2.0 or higher to run and it is installed using the command below. If you haven't got Ruby on your machine, you'll need to install it. There's plenty of documentation.
$ gem install viaduct-toolkit
The first thing you'll need to do when you've installed the toolkit is to authenticate. Just enter the command below and we'll take you to our website to authenticate.
$ vdt login
Once you've logged you can get a full list of all your applications by simply running:
$ vdt app:list
The toolkit offers you the
vdt command which has a number of sub-commands allowing to carryout various actions, including:
For a full list of commands and help text, please see the toolkit itself:
$ vdt help # Full list of available commands $ vdt help deploy # Full details for the given command
The app will automatically try to determine which application based on the remote repositories for the repository of the folder you're in. Alternatively, you can specify the application using the
--app switch. For example:
$ vdt app:info --app my-app