The Clutch Command Client is the easiest way to communicate with Clutch. You will use it whenever you do development, whenever you want to push a new version, and for various other tasks. Here’s a list of the commands provided and what they are capable of:
Installing the command client is as simple as running one command:
sudo easy_install clutchclient
Once you’ve done that, typing clutch into the command line should show you the command’s usage instructions and you’ll know that it’s been successfully installed.
clutch startapp DIRNAME
clutch startscreen SCREENSLUG
Your current working directory must be a Clutch application directory, or else the Clutch Command Client will not be able to create a new screen directory.
clutch dev -a APPNAME [-d DIRNAME]
Starts local development on a Clutch application. If you use one of the iOS devices managed by your account then all of the screens in your application will be loaded on-demand from your computer rather than from the latest published version.
By default, it will serve the current working directory, but you can specify another directory to serve using the -d command flag.
clutch upload -a APPNAME [-d DIRNAME]
Uploads a new version of your Clutch application to production. All of your users will begin running the new code the next time they bring the application into the foreground.
By default, it will upload the current working directory, but you can specify another directory to serve using the -d command flag.