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Aptible CLI

The Aptible CLI is a command line interface to access your Aptible resources.

Installation on macOS

Download v0.18.2 for macOS ↓

Or, if you’re using OSX, you can also install the Aptible CLI using Homebrew:

brew install --cask aptible

Installation on Windows

Download v0.18.2 for Windows ↓

Installation on Debian

Download v0.18.2 for Debian 8 ↓

Download v0.18.2 for Debian 7 ↓

Installation on Ubuntu

Download v0.18.2 for Ubuntu 16.04 ↓

Download v0.18.2 for Ubuntu 14.04 ↓

Installation on CentOS

Download v0.18.2 for CentOS 7 ↓

Download v0.18.2 for CentOS 6 ↓

Output Format

The Aptible CLI supports two output formats: plain text and JSON. You can select your preferred output format by setting the APTIBLE_OUTPUT_FORMAT environment variable to text or json.

If the APTIBLE_OUTPUT_FORMAT variable is left unset (i.e. the default), the CLI will provide output as plain text.



The Aptible CLI sends logging output to stderr, and everything else to stdout (this is the standard behavior for well-behaved UNIX programs).

If you're calling the Aptible CLI from another program, make sure you don't merge the two streams (if you did, you'd have to filter out the logging output).

Note that if you're simply using a shell such as Bash, the pipe operator (i.e. |) only pipes stdout through, which is exactly what you want here.

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Aptible CLI

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