Tagging release 5.3.2 on branch master.
Revert "Fix some parameters are double encoded"

This breaks API, api expects only single encoding. Tested against 4.5.1.

... "(UI uses javascript to encode on
the fly, see ui/scripts/accounts.js:1852), such as registerSSHKeyPair/publickey.
I did a quick search for other cases, bu there may be more parameters."

This reverts commit 6bd92395592c133a63b8087bf4acc9cb3a1aac0d.
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README.md

CloudMonkey

cloudmonkey is a command line interface for Apache CloudStack. CloudMonkey can be use both as an interactive shell and as a command line tool which simplifies Apache CloudStack configuration and management. It can be used with Apache CloudStack 4.0-incubating and above.

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For users

Install:

$ pip install cloudmonkey

Upgrade:

$ pip install --upgrade cloudmonkey

Please see the CloudMonkey Wiki for usage.

Using Docker image

The default configuration provided connect to CloudStack managemenent server as container:

Enter the CLI:

$ docker run -ti --rm --link cloudstack:8080 cloudstack/cloudmonkey

To execute single api command:

$ docker run -ti --rm --link cloudstack:8080 cloudstack/cloudmonkey list accounts

Use your own CloudMonkey configuration file:

$ docker run -ti --rm -v `pwd`/.cloudmonkey:/cloudmonkey cloudstack/cloudmonkey

Build

All:

Cleans and then builds with precache
$ make all

Build:

$ make build

Build Precache:

$ make buildcache

Build with Precache:

$ make buildwithcache

Check changes, code styles:

$ make check

Clean:

$ make clean

Install:

$ make install

Mailing lists

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Commits Mailing List

Issues Mailing List

Marketing Mailing List

Contributing

Discuss features development on the Development Mailing List. Report issues on the User mailing list and open issue on JIRA.

  1. Fork the repository on Github
  2. Create a named feature branch (like add_component_x)
  3. Write your change
  4. Write tests for your change (if applicable)
  5. Run the tests, ensuring they all pass
  6. Submit a Pull Request using Github

License

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