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playdeliver 1.1.1

google play store delivering tool

Upload screenshots, metadata of your app to the Play Store using a single command

deliver can upload app screenshots to google play backend.

usage

Usage:

playdeliver [options] upload <package> <output_dir>
playdeliver [options] init <package> <output_dir>
playdeliver (-h | --help)
playdeliver --version

Options:

-h --help
Show this screen.

--version
Show version.

--service-email=<e>
Account service email. Use this option together with `--key` to pass a
corresponding keyfile for user.

--key=<k>
Path to *.p12 keyfile for user specified with `service-email`

--credentials=<c>
Path to credentials json file. This file is a alternative solution to log
into play. Download the file from play service administration page.

-i --images
Upload/download images default is all

-l --listings
Upload/download listing

-p --inapp
Upload/download inapp products

google login

Google login credentials can be passed in different ways. If the credentials json file is not passed via --credentials, --service-email and --service-key, playdeliver will try to find the filepath either in a environment variable called PLAY_DELIVER_CREDENTIALS or in the user folder: home/.playdeliver/credentials.json.

requirements

  • OSX (did not test on linux or windows)
  • python 2.7
  • a play service user for you game

install

with pip

pip install playdeliver

from source

clone source:

pip install -r requirements.txt
python setup.py

licence

MIT License

1.1.1 (2015/04/09) Fix package content

1.1.0 (2015/04/08) Minor Adjustments

+ login via credentials json
+ lookup of credentials file in env and homefolder
+ upload/download inapp packages

1.0.0 (2015/03/25) First release

 
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playdeliver-1.1.1.tar.gz (md5) Source 2015-04-09 8KB