We provide a command line tool (CLI) to interact with the platform. It uses our standard API.
Supported operating systems
For each of these operating systems, you can download a precompiled binary.
The client is developed with Go. Therefore, there is no external dependency.
Linux & MacOS
You need to download the binary and put it in your
PATH. The easiest way is
to copy/paste the command below in your terminal and execute it.
curl -O https://cli-dl.scalingo.com/install && bash install
We highly recommend to use git-bash to have an all-in-one deployment environment.
Then, you need to download Scalingo command-line tool:
scalingo.exe file in the path you want, e.g. “C:/Program Files”.
From git-bash add this path to your
PATH environment variable:
$ export PATH=$PATH:/c/Program\ Files/
Now you should be able to run
scalingo.exe from git-bash.
Note that you set
PATH for this specific git-bash instance and that you should add the command line above to a
.bashrc file at the root of your
$ echo "export PATH=$PATH:/c/Program\ Files/" >> $HOME/.bashrc
scalingo.exe will be available from git-bash for your next sessions.
Make sure bash completion is installed. If you use a current Linux in a non-minimal installation, bash completion should be available. On macOS, install with
brew install bash-completion
- Get bash completion script in the directory:
- Linux users
sudo curl "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Scalingo/cli/master/cmd/autocomplete/scripts/scalingo_complete.bash" -o /etc/bash_completion.d/scalingo_complete.sh
- macOS users
sudo curl "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Scalingo/cli/master/cmd/autocomplete/scripts/scalingo_complete.bash" -o /usr/local/etc/bash_completion.d/scalingo_complete.sh
- Linux users
Reload your shell in order to make the completion available:
exec bash -l
Create a directory
mkdir -p ~/.zsh/completion
Get Zsh completion script in the directory
curl "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Scalingo/cli/master/cmd/autocomplete/scripts/scalingo_complete.zsh" > ~/.zsh/completion/scalingo_complete.zsh
Make sure the completion script will be loaded, by adding to the following line to your
Reload your shell:
exec zsh -l