rigado app upload

Uploads a new app revision of your app, optionally releasing it to one or more channels.

Synopsis

Uploads a new app revision of your app, optionally releasing it to one or more channels.

For instance, the command:

$ rigado app upload acme-hello-world --filename acme-hello-world_1.0.0_armhf.snap
Uploading to Store:
 1.52 MiB / 1.52 MiB [=========================================]       100.00% 2s
Upload Finished. Submitting for processing.
Processing......Done.
New revision created.
  NAME              CHANNELS  VERSION  REVISION  CREATION TIME
  acme-hello-world            1.0.0    1         2018-06-22T00:33:34Z

would upload the acme-hello-world snap file without releasing it. Alternately, the command:

$ rigado app upload acme-hello-world --filename acme-hello-world_1.0.1_armhf.snap --channel edge
Uploading to Store:
 1.52 MiB / 1.52 MiB [=========================================================================] 100.00% 2s
Upload Finished. Submitting for processing.
Processing.......Done.
New revision created.
  NAME              CHANNELS  VERSION  REVISION  CREATION TIME
  acme-hello-world  edge*     1.0.1    2         2018-06-22T01:24:08Z

would upload the snap file and release it to the “edge” channel.

Releasing to multiple channels can be achieved by joining them with a ,, as in:

$ rigado app upload acme-hello-world --filename acme-hello-world_1.0.2_armhf.snap --channel edge,beta

If you upload a snap file and forget to release it in the upload command, see the command rigado app release.

Usage

$ rigado app upload APP_NAME --filename SNAP_FILE [flags]

Options

    --channel string    One or more channels to release to, comma-delimited
    --filename string   Filename to upload (required)
-h, --help              help for upload

Options inherited from parent commands

    --apisecret string   API Secret for authentication (instead of user-based auth)
    --apitoken string    API Token for authentication (instead of user-based auth)
-j, --json               Output JSON instead of formatted strings, when possible.