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Access docker hub from your terminal

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Docker Hub CLI
========
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A CLI tool to access Docker Hub from your terminal.

## Installation
You should have pip installed in your system.
```sh
pip install docker-hub
```
Python 3 users can do:
```sh
pip3 install docker-hub
```

## Usage
##### 1. Authenticate with Docker Hub
If you are already logged in using `docker login` command, then the token in Docker engine config will be used. Otherwise you can choose to proceed without authenticating which will query docker hub without token and list only public resources. To authenticate for viewing private resources do `docker-hub login` command; this will save auth token in `docker-hub`'s config file so that you don't need to login every time.

If you want to authenticate for the only current command (to not persist auth tokens in config), make use of the following env variables:

* `DOCKER_HUB_USERNAME` - Your Docker Hub username
* `DOCKER_HUB_PASSWORD` - Your Docker Hub password

Pass the mentioned envs with your command and docker-hub will try to do authentication without prompting for credentials.

e.g.:
```sh
DOCKER_HUB_USERNAME=hello DOCKER_HUB_PASSWORD=world docker-hub repos --orgname docker
```

##### 2. Querying an organization for repositories
To query repositories in an organization use `repos` argument. The organization to query can be passed as `--orgname` or `-o` parameter.
e.g.: Get repos in organization named "docker"
```sh
docker-hub repos --orgname docker
```

##### 3. Querying the tags of a repository
To query tags of a repository use `tags` argument. The organization of repository can be passed as `--orgname` or `-o` parameter. The repository to query can be passed as `--reponame` or `-r` parameter.
e.g.: Get tags of repository "ucp" in organization named "docker"
```sh
docker-hub tags --orgname docker --reponame ucp
```

##### 4. Querying a user profile
To query a user profile use `users` argument. The username to query can be passed as `--username` or `-u` parameter.
e.g.: Get profile of user named "docker"
```sh
docker-hub users --username docker
```

##### 5. Querying the auto-builds of a repository
To query auto-builds of a repository use `builds` argument. The organization of repository can be passed as `--orgname` or `-o` parameter. The repository to query can be passed as `--reponame` or `-r` parameter.
e.g.: Get build of repository "ucp" in organization named "docker"
```sh
docker-hub builds --orgname docker --reponame ucp
```

##### 6. Querying an organization for auto-build queue
To query the auto-build repositories with pending builds use the `queue` argument. The organization to query can be passed as `--orgname` or `-o` parameter.
e.g.: Get the building queue for organization named "docker"
```sh
docker-hub queue --orgname docker
```

##### Notes:
* Only 15 results will be displayed at once. You can fetch remaining pages by passing `--page` or `-p` parameter.

e.g.: Get 3rd page
```sh
docker-hub repos --orgname docker --page 3
```
* The results can be displayed in 2 formats:
1. json - Displays result as JSON string.
2. table - Displays results as nicely formatted table.

`--format` or `-f` parameter can be used to specify the format in which result must be displayed.

e.g.:
* Display in json format
```sh
docker-hub repos --orgname docker --format json
```

* Display in table format
```sh
docker-hub repos --orgname docker --format table
```

## Development
Questions, problems or suggestions? Please post them on the [issue tracker](https://github.com/amalfra/docker-hub/issues).

You can contribute changes by forking the project and submitting a pull request. Feel free to contribute :heart_eyes:

UNDER MIT LICENSE
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