To use Leverage CLI you need to install it from the Python Package Index (Pypi). Currently, only Linux and Mac OS are supported operative systems.
- Docker engine
Install Pip ¶
$ sudo apt install python3-pip
$ sudo yum install python3-pip
$ sudo dnf install python3-pip
Pip should already be installed alongside your Python 3 installation. If for whatever reason this is not the case:
$ brew install python3
Install Leverage CLI ¶
$ pip3 install leverage
Update Leverage CLI from previous versions ¶
Upgrade to a specific version.
$ pip3 install -Iv leverage==1.9.1
Upgrade to the latest stable version
$ pip3 install --upgrade leverage
Verify your Leverage installation ¶
Verify that your Leverage installation was successful by running
$ leverage --help Usage: leverage [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Leverage Reference Architecture projects command-line tool. Options: -f, --filename TEXT Name of the build file containing the tasks definitions. [default: build.py] -l, --list-tasks List available tasks to run. -v, --verbose Increase output verbosity. --version Show the version and exit. --help Show this message and exit. Commands: aws Run AWS CLI commands in a custom containerized environment. credentials Manage AWS cli credentials. kubectl Run Kubectl commands in a custom containerized environment. project Manage a Leverage project. run Perform specified task(s) and all of its dependencies. terraform Run Terraform commands in a custom containerized... tf Run Terraform commands in a custom containerized... tfautomv Run TFAutomv commands in a custom containerized...
Installation in an isolated environment ¶
If you prefer not to install the Leverage package globally and would like to limit its influence to only the directory of your project, we recommend using tools like Pipenv or Poetry. These tools are commonly used when working with python applications and help manage common issues that may result from installing and using such applications globally.
Shell completion ¶
To enable autocompletion for Leverage in your shell, do the following:
eval "$(_LEVERAGE_COMPLETE=bash_source leverage)"
eval "$(_LEVERAGE_COMPLETE=zsh_source leverage)"
eval (env _LEVERAGE_COMPLETE=fish_source leverage)
Or to avoid invoking
eval every time a shell starts:
Save the script:
_LEVERAGE_COMPLETE=bash_source leverage > ~/.leverage-complete.bash
Save the script:
_LEVERAGE_COMPLETE=zsh_source leverage > ~/.leverage-complete.zsh
Save the script to
_LEVERAGE_COMPLETE=fish_source leverage > ~/.config/fish/completions/leverage.fish
Start a new shell in order to load any changes made to the shell config.