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[Feature Request] Command Line Interface (CLI)

Discussion in 'Unity Collaborate' started by Wordsonplay, Sep 21, 2017.

  1. Wordsonplay

    Wordsonplay

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    Is there any way to interact with Unity Collaborate through the command line (or through an external API)? I would like to be able to write batch scripts to automate checking out projects.
     
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  2. Ryan-Unity

    Ryan-Unity

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    Hi @Wordsonplay! Currently we don't have a CLI for Collab but we'll be looking into a feature like that in the future. Thank you for your interest in Collab and for the great feature suggestion!
     
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  3. whiskers434

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    +1 on this

    would love my build scripts to be able to update my build project and just accept thiers for all conflicts rather than me having to open my build project and update mannauly only to close the project again and run the build script

    a coding api would also work then we can write static methods and call from command line
     
  4. zukinet

    zukinet

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    +1

    because i'm doing remote desktop to build APK, i prefer unity's repo than other git...
     
  5. kroneil

    kroneil

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    Yes, just to bump this... Unity Collab isn't really a viable repository option for us without a CLI.
     
  6. Beloudest

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    bump +1
     
  7. Dan192

    Dan192

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  8. JoeTheTortilla

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    Bump +1 - this would be a great feature to have!
     
  9. jfmherokiller

    jfmherokiller

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    I also want to add this is a very valuble feature expecially with keeping my git in sync