bluemix-cli-sdk

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Published: Sep 20, 2021 License: Apache-2.0

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IBM Cloud CLI SDK

IBM Cloud CLI plugin SDK provides predefined plugin interface, utilities and libraries to develop plugins for IBM Cloud cli.

Get started

You firstly need Go installed on your machine, and set up a GOPATH. Then clone this repository into $GOPATH/src/github.com/IBM-Cloud/ibm-cloud-cli-sdk.

This project uses govendor to manage dependencies. Go to the project directory and run the following command to restore the dependencies into vendor folder:

$ govendor sync

and then run tests:

$ go test ./...

Build and run plugin

Download and install the IBM Cloud CLI. See instructions here.

Compile the plugin source code with go build command, for example

$ go build plugin_examples/hello.go

Install the plugin:

$ ibmcloud plugin install ./hello

List installed plugins:

$ ibmcloud plugin list

# list plugin commands with '-c' flag
$ ibmcloud plugin list -c

Uninstall the plugin:

$ ibmcloud plugin uninstall SayHello # SayHello is the plugin name

For more usage of plugin management, run ibmcloud help plugin

Develop plugins

Refer to plugin developer guide for how to develop a plugin.

See plugin examples here

Publish plugins

IBM Cloud has a public plugin repository by default installed in IBM Cloud CLI. Run ibmcloud plugin, you can see a repository named IBM Cloud (https://plugins.cloud.ibm.com). The repository support multiple version of plugin. You can list all plugins in the repository by using ibmcloud plugin repo-plugins -r 'IBM Cloud'.

To publish, update or remove your plugin in IBM Cloud plugin repository, you can simply create an issue on GitHub following below samples:

Example to publish a new plugin:

Title: [plugin-publish] Request to publish a new plugin 'SayHello'

Content:


- name: SayHello
  description: Say hello
  company: YYY
  authors:
  - name: xxx
    contact: xxx@example.com
  homepage: http://www.example.com/hello
  version: 0.0.1
  binaries:
  - platform: osx
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-darwin-amd64-0.0.1
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: win32
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-windows-386-0.0.1.exe
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: win64
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-windows-amd64-0.0.1.exe
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: linux32
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-linux-386-0.0.1.exe
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: linux64
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-linux-amd64-0.0.1.exe
    checksum: xxxxx

The following descibes each field's usage.

Field Description
name Name of your plugin, must not conflict with other existing plugins in the repo.
description Describe your plugin in a line or two. This description will show up when your plugin is listed on the command line. Avoid saying "A plugin to ..." as it's redundant. Just briefly describe what the plugin provides.
company Optional
authors authors of the plugin: name: name of author; homepage: Optional link to the homepage of the author; contact: Optional ways to contact author, email, twitter, phone etc ...
homepage Link to the homepage
version Version number of your plugin, in [major].[minor].[build] form
binaries This section has fields detailing the various binary versions of your plugin. To reach as large an audience as possible, we encourage contributors to cross-compile their plugins on as many platforms as possible. Go provides everything you need to cross-compile for different platforms. platform: The os for this binary. Supports osx, linux32, linux64, win32, win64; url: Link to the binary file itself; checksum: SHA-1 of the binary file for verification.

Example to update a plugin:

Title: [plugin-update] Request to update plugin 'SayHello'

Content:


- name: SayHello
  description: Updated description of plugin Hello
  company: YYY
  authors:
  - name: xxx
    contact: xxx@example.com
  homepage: http://www.example.com/hello

Example to remove a plugin:

Title: [plugin-remove] Request to remove plugin 'SayHello'

Example to submit/update a version:

Title: [plugin-version-update] Request to submit a new version of plugin 'SayHello'

Content:


- name: SayHello
  version: 0.0.2
  binaries:
  - platform: osx
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-darwin-amd64-0.0.2
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: win32
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-windows-386-0.0.2.exe
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: win64
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-windows-amd64-0.0.2.exe
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: linux32
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-linux-386-0.0.2.exe
    checksum: xxxxx
  - platform: linux64
    url: http://www.example.com/downloads/hello/hello-linux-amd64-0.0.2.exe
    checksum: xxxxx

Example to remove plugin versions:

Title: [plugin-remove] Request to remove plugin 'SayHello'

Content:


- name: SayHello
  versions:
    - 0.0.1
      0.0.2

Issues

Report problems by adding an issue on GitHub.

License

This project is released under version 2.0 of the Apache License

Directories

Path Synopsis
configuration/config_helpers
Package config_helpers provides helper functions to locate configuration files.
Package config_helpers provides helper functions to locate configuration files.
configuration/core_config
Package core_config provides functions to load core configuration.
Package core_config provides functions to load core configuration.
crn
common
downloader
Package downloader provides a simple file downlaoder
Package downloader provides a simple file downlaoder
file_helpers
Package file_helpers provides file operation helpers.
Package file_helpers provides file operation helpers.
rest
Package rest provides a simple HTTP and REST request builder and client.
Package rest provides a simple HTTP and REST request builder and client.
Package plugin provides types and functions common among plugins.
Package plugin provides types and functions common among plugins.
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list_plugin/api/fakes
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testhelpers

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