Bond Command Line Interface
EDIT: This project is in a beta state. We released it on the principle of release early & often. It is here just in case it benefits a member of the Bond Home community. Your mileage may vary!
This tool exists to make it easy to manipulate a Bond from a command line, for use by:
- Bond community
- internal use in engineering and customer support
pip install bond-cli
Find Bonds on local network:
Select a Bond and set the token so we can go deeper:
bond select <your Bond's ID or a prefix>
If your Bond's token is unlocked,
select will retrieve and store it. Otherwise, you have
a couple options. You can unlock the token yourself (a power cycle is the easiest way, it'll
be unlocked for a period after a reboot), and run the following to automatically retrieve
and store it:
Or, you can manually set the token, which you could find in the Bond Home app in the Bond's settings screen.
bond token <your Bond's token>
Now that you've selected a Bond and stored its token, you're ready to interact with it.
Check its firmware version:
List its devices:
Create a template device:
bond device_create --name "Formidable Fan" --template A1 --addr 101 --freq 300000 --bps 1000 --zero_gap 1234
You can then see the fan on your Bond Home app.
You can also start a livelog:
bond livelog --level info
Upgrade Your Bond
You can upgrade your selected bond:
bond upgrade beta
Get more help with:
or you can get help with any subcommand
bond select -h
Bug reports and feature requests in the form of issues and pull requests are strongly encouraged!
To develop locally, you can clone the repository from github, remove the package if already present, then install it to pip in local editable mode:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:bondhome/bond-cli.git cd bond-cli pip uninstall bond-cli pip install -e "."
Now all changes made in your local copy of
bond-cli will be reflected in the
To make a release, bump the version number in
setup.py on trunk, then make an annotated tag
git tag -a "v1.8.7"
with a version matching that in
setup.py. You'll be prompted to write some release notes.
Alternatively, use the Github repository's releases interface to create a release.
Upon pushing the tag or publishing the release, CI will deploy to PyPi.
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