A simple sentry cli
Curtis configuration live in an INI file named curtis.ini in the current directory or in the .curtis.ini in your home directory.
This file use the following format.
[curtis] # define the default site default_site = foo # settings for the foo site [site:foo] # sentry server URL url = https://sentry.foo..example.com # sentry API token (this one is a fake one generated using the apg command) token = IvlayltajPamthelwaj1 # settings for the bar site [site:bar] url = https://sentry.bar.example.org token = TeinkutbicyeckyoQuoa
$ pip install curtis
Once you have installed curtis and created a configuration file, you can use the curtis command
$ curtis --help Usage: curtis [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Options: --config-file PATH --site TEXT --help Show this message and exit. Commands: assigned-issues Show assigned issues assigned-issues-by-assignee Show issues by assignee browse-unseen-issues Browse unseen issues check-trends Show evolution stats for seen issues mark-as-seen Mark issues as seen merge-issues Merge related issues together needs-triage Show issues than needs triage resolve-issues Resolve outdated issues
Each command have is one set of arguments use curtis <command> --help to display them.
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