fix: starting with click==7.0 commands name now use '-' instead of '_'

parent 7683c83a
......@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ following command:
./tools/bui-manage init_translation <country_code> # where <country_code> can be "de", "ru", etc.
./tools/bui-manage init-translation <country_code> # where <country_code> can be "de", "ru", etc.
Update translation
......@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ Then you can update the translation files with the following command:
./tools/bui-manage update_translation
./tools/bui-manage update-translation
......@@ -59,18 +59,18 @@ The tool provides some inline help too:
--help Show this message and exit.
compile_translation Compile translations.
create_user Create a new user.
compile-translation Compile translations.
create-user Create a new user.
db Perform database migrations.
diag Check Burp-UI is correctly setup.
hash_password Hash a given password to fill the...
init_translation Initialize a new translation for the given...
hash-password Hash a given password to fill the...
init-translation Initialize a new translation for the given...
legacy Legacy server for backward compatibility.
run Runs a local development server for the...
setup_burp Setup burp client for burp-ui.
setup-burp Setup burp client for burp-ui.
shell Runs a shell in the app context.
sysinfo Returns a couple of system informations to...
update_translation Update translation files.
update-translation Update translation files.
websocket Start a new websocket server.
......@@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ You can create new users using the ``bui-manage`` file like this:
bui-manage create_user <new_username>
bui-manage create-user <new_username>
By default, the script will create new users for the `Basic <advanced_usage.html#basic>`_
......@@ -132,16 +132,16 @@ Examples:
bui-manage create_user user1
bui-manage create-user user1
[*] Adding 'user1' user...
[+] Generated password: 71VIanuJ
[+] Success: True
bui-manage create_user -p toto user2
bui-manage create-user -p toto user2
[*] Adding 'user2' user...
[+] Success: True
bui-manage create_user -a user3
bui-manage create-user -a user3
[*] Adding 'user3' user...
......@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ Usage:
Usage: flask hash_password [OPTIONS]
Usage: flask hash-password [OPTIONS]
Hash a given password to fill the configuration file.
......@@ -180,23 +180,23 @@ Examples:
$ bui-manage hash_password --password demo --username demo --batch
$ bui-manage hash-password --password demo --username demo --batch
demo = pbkdf2:sha256:50000$w5jD2WT1$d89cd4da1b6c3c3f05173faaf3feea802eee7b5b9a378ae8987d5ac6676d166b
$ bui-manage hash_password --password demo --username demo
$ bui-manage hash-password --password demo --username demo
'demo' hashed into: pbkdf2:sha256:50000$feQoDIIp$d42e056b75092beda52736ce792c6518061b21d6e1b2c755fdd71a764184ebd9
demo = pbkdf2:sha256:50000$feQoDIIp$d42e056b75092beda52736ce792c6518061b21d6e1b2c755fdd71a764184ebd9
$ bui-manage hash_password -u demo
$ bui-manage hash-password -u demo
'********' hashed into: pbkdf2:sha256:50000$MNHOgtdr$22d64b17bb8135be3ad61249d649e89ed96a5d4878b23e4889be24dfc062c126
demo = pbkdf2:sha256:50000$MNHOgtdr$22d64b17bb8135be3ad61249d649e89ed96a5d4878b23e4889be24dfc062c126
$ bui-manage hash_password
$ bui-manage hash-password
'********' hashed into: pbkdf2:sha256:50000$eWzSCvSW$9df9cdf854461a5f927708475e0470ad648f8cd0613ca61f8cee639db165ab53
......@@ -211,9 +211,9 @@ The available options are:
bui-manage setup_burp --help
bui-manage setup-burp --help
Usage: flask setup_burp [OPTIONS]
Usage: flask setup-burp [OPTIONS]
Setup burp client for burp-ui.
......@@ -247,7 +247,7 @@ The docker image uses this script like this:
bui-manage -c $BURPUI_CONFIG setup_burp -b $BURP_CLIENT_CONFIG \
bui-manage -c $BURPUI_CONFIG setup-burp -b $BURP_CLIENT_CONFIG \
......@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ class BuildStatic(Command):
def run(self):
os.chdir(ROOT)'compiling translations')
call('{} ./burpui -m manage compile_translation'.format(sys.executable).split(), stderr=DEVNULL)
call('{} ./burpui -m manage compile-translation'.format(sys.executable).split(), stderr=DEVNULL)'getting revision number')
rev = 'stable'
ci = os.getenv('CI')
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