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Client-side tool to interface with shipper

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Client-side tool to interface with shipper


Get shippy from PyPI:

pipx install shipper-shippy             # pipx, recommended
pip3 install --upgrade shipper-shippy   # or pip3

Go to the directory with build files, and run:


Run shippy -h to see commandline arguments' usage instructions.


shippy stores its configuration in ~/.shippy.ini. An example configuration file is shown below:

server =
token = a1b2c3d4e5...
DisableBuildOnUpload = false
UploadWithoutPrompt = false
debug = false

Configuration options explained:


Server URL


Token used to sign in to the server


Immediately disables the build after uploading it. Useful if you are uploading from Jenkins or uploading potentially unstable builds. Do NOT use under normal circumstances!


shippy will not prompt you before uploading builds, and will automatically upload all builds found in the current directory. Use with caution. Same as the -y/--yes flag shown above.


Enable debug mode for all invocations. When set to true, the -d/--debug flag will have no effect, and all invocations of shippy will run with debug mode enabled.

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