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Re: Introducing 'osc login'



Docs are available:

http://docs.openshift.org/latest/using_openshift/cli.html#setup-and-login
http://docs.openshift.org/latest/using_openshift/authentication.html#command-line-authentication

Fabiano Franz


----- Original Message -----
> The 'osc login' command were merged[1] earlier today featuring a lot of
> improvements in terms of usability for users of the OpenShift v3 command
> line tools.
> 
> This new command is intended to be the "entry point" for first-time users,
> featuring not only the negotiation of a session token with the OpenShift
> server, but also an interactive setup flow for configuring the command line
> tools. Basically when running 'osc login', users will be presented to an
> interactive process that will ask a few questions (server URL, credentials,
> etc) and in the end will *automatically save* a config file compliant with
> .kubeconfig that will later be used by every subsequent command.
> 
> Were also added OpenShift-specific ways for providing a config file: the path
> to a config can now be provided by either the --config flag, OPENSHIFTCONFIG
> env var, ~/.config/openshift/.config file or .openshiftconfig file in the
> current directory (some of these path names are still under discussion).
> 
> Notice that a couple things that were originally part of this pull request,
> like user-friendly messages with colors, were not merged and will be in
> forthcoming improvements.
> 
> Finally, the package also introduces the 'osc project' command that can be
> used to either display the project currently in use or switch to another
> project, through 'osc project <project-name>'.
> 
> End-user docs will follow. Please let us know if you have comments or
> suggestions.
> 
> Fabiano Franz
> 
> [1] https://github.com/openshift/origin/pull/992
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