wl - CLI interface to Wildland

Synopsis

wl [--base-dir <path>] [--debug] <subcommand> [...]

Description

Todo

TBD

Global options

--quiet, -q

Quiet mode.

--verbose, -v

Increase verbosity.

--base-dir <path>

Base directory for configuration. By default $HOME/.wildland.

--debug

Display full backtraces on errors.

--no-debug

Hide backtraces on errors.

--dummy

Use dummy signatures.

--no-dummy

Do not use dummy signatures.

--version

Show version and exit.

Subcommands

wl-version

wl-container wl-storage wl-user

wl-sign wl-verify wl-edit wl-dump wl-publish wl-unpublish

wl-start wl-stop wl-status wl-set-default-cache

wl-get wl-put

Aliases

Subcommands can be shortened to any unambiguous prefix. For example, instead of wl container you can write wl c, and instead of wl storage you can write wl st (but not wl s, because there is also wl sign). Also there are some custom aliases, like umount in place of unmount in a couple of places. Those are listed in –help.

Aliases are considered unstable (even the explicit ones, that are documented in –help), should not be used when scripting, and are subject to change and removal at any time (i.e., when adding new command, prefix may become ambiguous).

See also

fuse(8)