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How to Use repl.it/~/cli

InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne

Using Repl.it cli

First, you need to go to repl.it/~/cli
Now, first you have your account commands. You start by typing account
Now you will have two options view-warns and languages
View-warns will show any warnings you have received. Languages will open up your language preferences so you can reset what languages you display as your three main languages.
Next you have trash
After typing trash you will have the options for view and restore
View views you deleted repl’s, and restore restores them.
After commands such as restore, you need to use --title and then the name of your repl you want to restore.
Team
The team commands if for editing you teams. From the team command you can do a lot of things.

view add remove transfer-repl jam

View gives you the option to view your team members. You will need to use --team and then the name of your team.
Add is for adding members to your team.
Remove is for removing members, you can even remove yourself.
Transfer-repl is for transferring a repl from a team or to a team
Jam is a new command, it is what you can use to register your team for the language jam.
And finally you have clear, which clears the screen of the commands you have made.

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CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros

Here you go:

├── account │   ├── change-username │   ├── languages │   └── view-warns ├── clear ├── team │   ├── add │   ├── jam │   ├── remove │   ├── transfer-repl │   └── view └── trash ├── restore └── view
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InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne

Ahh, cool

@CodeLongAndPros

2 years ago
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CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros

@BrownieBoi
It's a tree of all commands+subcommands.

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gibbsfreenergy
gibbsfreenergy

Why haven't they publicised this, many people don't know about this and many people can find this very useful.

@CodeLongAndPros

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