To log in using the CLI, collect your token from the web console’s Command Line page, which is accessed from Command Line Tools in the Help menu. The token is hidden, so you must click the copy to clipboard button at the end of the oc login line on the Command Line Tools page, then paste the. The following steps enable you to install the AWS CLI version 1 from the command line on any build of macOS. The following is a summary of the installation commands that you can cut and paste to run as a single set of commands.

Terminal User Guide

You can use the command-line environment interactively by typing a command and waiting for a result, or you can use the shell to compose scripts that run without direct interaction.

Execute commands in the shell

  • In the Terminal app on your Mac, enter the complete pathname of the tool’s executable file, followed by any needed arguments, then press Return.

If a command is located in one of the shell’s known folders, you can omit path information when entering the command name. The list of known folders is stored in the shell’s PATH environment variable and includes the folders containing most command-line tools.

For example, to run the ls command in the current user’s home folder, enter the following at the command prompt, then press Return:

To run a command in the current user’s home folder, precede it with the folder specifier. For example, to run MyCommandLineProg, use the following:

% ~/MyCommandLineProg

To open an app, use the open command:

When entering commands, if you get the message command not found, check your spelling. Here’s an example:

% opne -a TextEdit.app zsh: opne: command not found

Terminate commands

  1. In the Terminal app on your Mac, click the Terminal window that is running the command you want to terminate.

  2. Press Control-C.

    This sends a signal that causes most commands to terminate.

Repeat previously entered commands

The commands you enter during a session are saved so you can repeat a previously used command without retyping it.

  1. In the Terminal app on your Mac, press the Up Arrow key.

    The last command you entered appears on the command line.

  2. Continue pressing the Up Arrow key until you see the command you want, then press Return.

See alsoSpecify files and folders in Terminal on MacRedirect Terminal input and output on MacDrag files into a Terminal window to specify paths on MacKeyboard shortcuts in Terminal on MacApple Developer website: Command Line Primer
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The Android SDK is composed of multiple packages that are required for app development.This page lists the most important command line tools that areavailable, organized by the packages in which they're delivered.

You can install and update each package usingAndroid Studio's SDK Manageror the sdkmanagercommand line tool.All of the packages are downloaded into your Android SDK directory, whichyou can locate as follows:

  1. In Android Studio, click File > Project Structure.
  2. Select SDK Location in the left pane. The path is shown under Android SDK location.

Command-Line Tools

Located in: android_sdk/cmdline-tools/version/bin/

Tools

Note: For information about the deprecated SDK Tools, see the SDK Tools release notes.

If you just need these tools because you're not using Android Studio, you candownload the command-line tools package here.

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apkanalyzer
Provides insight into the composition of your APK after the build process completes.
avdmanager
Allows you to create and manage Android Virtual Devices (AVDs) from the command line.
lint
A code scanning tool that can help you to identify and correct problems with the structural quality of your code.
retrace
For applications compiled by R8, retrace decodes an obfuscated stack trace that maps back to your original source code.
sdkmanager
Allows you to view, install, update, and uninstall packages for the Android SDK.

Android SDK Build Tools

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Located in: android_sdk/build-tools/version/
See also: SDK Build Tools release notes

This package is required to build Android apps. Most of the tools in here areinvoked by the build tools and not intended for you. However, the followingcommand line tools might be useful:

aapt2
Parses, indexes, and compiles Android resources into a binary format that is optimized for the Android platform, and packages the compiled resources into a single output.
apksigner
Signs APKs and checks whether APK signatures will be verified successfully on all platform versions that a given APK supports.
zipalign
Optimizes APK files by ensuring that all uncompressed data starts with a particular alignment relative to the start of the file.

Note: You can have multiple versions of the build toolsto build your app for different Android versions.

Xcode Command Line Build

Android SDK Platform Tools

Located in: android_sdk/platform-tools/
See also: SDK Platform Tools release notes

These tools are updated for every new version of the Android platform to support new features(and sometimes more often to fix or improve the tools), and each updateis backward compatible with older platform versions.

In addition to downloading from the SDK Manager, you candownload the SDK Platform Tools here.

adb
Android Debug Bridge (adb) is a versatile tool that lets you manage the state of an emulator instance or Android-powered device. You can also use it to install an APK on a device.
etc1tool
A command line utility that lets you encode PNG images to the ETC1 compression standard and decode ETC1 compressed images back to PNG.
fastboot
Flashes a device with platform and other system images. For flashing instructions, see Factory Images for Nexus and Pixel Devices.
logcat
This is a tool invoked via adb to view app and system logs.

Android Emulator

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Located in: android_sdk/emulator/
See also: Android Emulator release notes

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This package is required to use the Android Emulator. It includes the following:.

emulator
A QEMU-based device-emulation tool that you can use to debug and test your applications in an actual Android run-time environment.
mksdcard
Helps you create a disk image that you can use with the emulator, to simulate the presence of an external storage card (such as an SD card).

Note: Prior to revision 25.3.0, the emulator tools were included with theSDK Tools package.

Command Line Tools For Mac

Jetifier

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Jetifier reads a library that usesSupport Library classes, and outputs an equivalent library that uses the newerAndroidX classes. New display for mac pro.

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