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curtis 0.1

A simple sentry cli

Configuration

Curtis configuration live in an INI file named curtis.ini in the current directory or in the .curtis.ini in your home directory.

This file use the following format.

[curtis]
# define the default site
default_site = foo

# settings for the foo site
[site:foo]
# sentry server URL
url = https://sentry.foo..example.com
# sentry API token (this one is a fake one generated using the apg command)
token = IvlayltajPamthelwaj1

# settings for the bar site
[site:bar]
url = https://sentry.bar.example.org
token = TeinkutbicyeckyoQuoa

Installation

$ pip install curtis

Usage

Once you have installed curtis and created a configuration file, you can use the curtis command

$ curtis --help
Usage: curtis [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

Options:
  --config-file PATH
  --site TEXT
  --help              Show this message and exit.

Commands:
  assigned-issues              Show assigned issues
  assigned-issues-by-assignee  Show issues by assignee
  browse-unseen-issues         Browse unseen issues
  check-trends                 Show evolution stats for seen issues
  mark-as-seen                 Mark issues as seen
  merge-issues                 Merge related issues together
  needs-triage                 Show issues than needs triage
  resolve-issues               Resolve outdated issues

Each command have is one set of arguments use curtis <command> --help to display them.

 
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