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The Co-op Cloud utility belt 🎩🐇
abra is a command-line tool for managing your own Co-op Cloud. It can provision new servers, create applications, deploy them, run backup and restore operations and a whole lot of other things. It is the go-to tool for day-to-day operations when managing a Co-op Cloud instance.
🔥 🔥 🔥 Please note, while we are still in public alpha, the
abrarelease versioning scheme is not following semver conventions because we are still in the exploratory phases of building this tool. Please read the changes before upgrading your
abrainstallation as there are most likely breaking changes coming each release. Sorry for any inconvenience caused, we're working hard to make this tool stable. Semver will be respected when we reach public beta. 🔥 🔥 🔥
Install the latest stable release:
curl https://install.abra.coopcloud.tech | bash
or the bleeding-edge development version:
curl https://install.abra.coopcloud.tech | bash -s -- --dev
The source for this script is here.
An image is also provided.
docker run thecoopcloud/abra app ls
abra upgrade to automatically download and install the latest release
To update the development version, run
abra upgrade --dev.
It's written in Bash version 4 or greater!
Install it via
curl https://install.abra.coopcloud.tech | bash -s -- --dev, then you can hack on the source in
The command-line interface is generated via docopt. If you add arguments then you need to run
make docopt ro regenerate the parser.
Please remember to update the CHANGELOG when you make a change.
- Change the
x.x.xheader in CHANGELOG.md to reflect new version and mark date
- Update the version in abra
- Update the version in deploy/install.abra.coopcloud.tech/installer
git committhe above changes and then tag it with
git tag <your-new-version>
git push --tags
- Deploy a new installer script
- Tell the world (CoTech forum, Matrix public channel, Autonomic mastodon, etc.)