The Forge CLI is a powerful command line tool that enables you to perform many functions of the Forge service, direct from the developer's favourite tool - the Terminal.
Installing the CLI is easy, though not as easy as it will be in the future. From the command line.
$ git clone https://github.com/beachio/forge-cli.git
$ cd forge-cli
$ ruby install.rb
Documentation & Options
forge-cli <task> --help
will prompt for user email and password to authenticate
forge-cli login --email "firstname.lastname@example.org" --password "qwerty123"
login by passing your credentials
will logout and clear your session / stored credentials
create a new forge site (subject to account limitations)
forge-cli create --name "hammer"
will create a site called
forge-cli create --name "hammerformac.com" --custom
create a custom domain (if allowed) with name hammerformac.com
forge-cli add hammerformac.com
will assign the remote site to the current directory
deploy site to the linked remote destination (if present)
forge-cli deploy hammerformac.com
deploy the explicitly referenced site
forge-cli deploy -m "added new page"
deploy with version description message
rollback related site to last version
forge-cli rollback --version "123"
rollback site to specified version (coming soon)
list all versions for the site (coming soon)
lists the sites available for current user
create a hammer.json file in the project with forge configuration settings as needed....