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HeadSpin platform command-line interface

Project Description
# headspin-cli
CLI for the HeadSpin platform API.

Installation/Upgrade:
--
```
pip install --upgrade headspin-cli
```

Usage:
--
```
CLI for the HeadSpin platform API

Usage:
hs (-h | --help)
hs auth init <token> [-v]
hs auth ls
hs auth set-default <credentials_number>
hs session ls [<num_sessions>] [-a] [--json] [-v]
hs session inspect <session_uuid> [--writefiles] [--json] [-v]
hs session start network_container <device_id> [--json] [-v]
hs session stop <session_uuid> [--json] [-v]
hs session mar <session_uuid> [-v]
hs session har <session_uuid> [-v]
hs device ls [<selector>] [--json] [-v]
hs device connect <selector> [--json]
hs device disconnect <selector> [--json]
hs device keys [--json]
hs config add-adb-key [--path=<adb_key_path>] [--json]
hs config server [<server>]
hs config connect-method [(requests|curl)]
```

Detailed Description:
--
```
Note: The --json flag dumps the raw JSON output as returned by the
sever. The -v flag turns on verbose logging in the requests library,
showing the HTTP requests and responses (headers-only).


hs auth init <token>

Authorizes this device given a one-time token <token>. Contact
support@headspin.io to request an authorization token.

hs auth ls

Prints the current credentials.

has auth set-default <credentials_number>

Sets the credentials number <credentials_number> as the default.
The numbering can be seen via the `hs auth info` command.

hs session ls [<num_sessions>] [-a]

Outputs a list of session metadata in reverse-chronological
order. <num_sessions> is the number of sessions output, 5 by
default. By default only active sessions are output. The `-a`
flag will cause inactive sessions to be inclued in the result.

hs session inspect <session_uuid> [--writefiles]

Outputs details for a session given the session's UUID. If
`--writefiles` is given, data associated with session endpoints
is written to files.

hs session start network_container <device_id>

Starts a HeadSpin network container session on a device
specified by <device_id>. The container's default network
interface (eth0) is on the device's mobile network. The container
can be accessed via SSH login. In addition, a device can access
the remote mobile network by connecting to a VPN.

hs session stop <session_uuid>

Stops a session in progress.

hs session mar <session_id>

Downloads the captured network traffic from a HeadSpin session
in HeadSpin's MAR format. MAR is a HAR-like JSON format that
contains the data in a network capture at a high level.

hs session har <session_id>

Downloads the captured network traffic from a HeadSpin session
in HAR format.

hs device ls [<selector>]

Lists all devices, optionally matching a selector.

hs device connect <selector> [--json]

Connect a remote device locally. For Android, an `adb connect`
is performed. The first device that matches the selector is used.

hs device disconnect <selector> [--json]

Disconnect all devices matched by the selector.

hs device keys [--json]

List keys that can be used in a <selector>, as in
`hs device connect <selector>` or `hs device disconnect <selector>`.

hs config add-adb-key [--path=<adb_key_path>] [--json]

Add an adb key to all remote control hosts. If a path is not
specified, ~/.android/adbkey.pub is used.

hs config server <server>

Set the HeadSpin API server URL.

hs config connect-method [(requests|curl)]

Set the method by which requests are issued to the server. The
"requests" method uses the python requests library. The "curl"
method uses command-line curl.

```

Version History:
--

0.1
* Add device status to device listing.
* Add `device inspect`.

0.2
* Focus device listing on remote control devices.
* Add adb connect/disconnect/add-adb-keys functionality.
* Support switching between `requests` library and `curl`
as the underlying method for speaking to the server.

0.3
* Introduce basic support for iOS devices
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