Quick-Start using templates troubles

#1

Hi,

I’ve read https://crossbar.io/docs/Quick-Start/ and tried to create simple application:

$ crossbar version

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:::::   :   :::::   / ___/____ ___   ___  ___  / /  ___ _ ____
:::::::   :::::::  / /__ / __// _ \ (_-< (_-< / _ \/ _ `// __/
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:::::::::::::::::   Crossbar v18.9.2

Copyright (c) 2013-2018 Crossbar.io Technologies GmbH, licensed under AGPL 3.0.

Crossbar.io : 18.9.2
Autobahn : 18.9.2
Twisted : 18.7.0-EPollReactor
LMDB : 0.94/lmdb-0.9.22
Python : 3.6.5/CPython
Frozen executable : no
Operating system : Linux-4.9.78-std-def-alt0.M80P.1-x86_64-with-centos-7.5.1804-Core
Host machine : x86_64
Release key : RWSDSZzMhv9utm/rhC+IL0t74bE6vQpI/gZuztT6MciW0/mzmijWMt9f

$ crossbar init --template hello:python --appdir hello
usage: crossbar [-h] [–debug-lifecycle] [–debug-programflow]
{init,start,stop,status,check,convert,upgrade,keys,version,legal,_exec_worker}

crossbar: error: unrecognized arguments: --template hello:python

$ crossbar templates
usage: crossbar [-h] [–debug-lifecycle] [–debug-programflow]
{init,start,stop,status,check,convert,upgrade,keys,version,legal,_exec_worker}

crossbar: error: argument command: invalid choice: ‘templates’ (choose from ‘init’, ‘start’, ‘stop’, ‘status’, ‘check’, ‘convert’, ‘upgrade’, ‘keys’, ‘version’, ‘legal’, ‘_exec_worker’)

Why I can’t use template param with init command?

Can anybody send or show me autogenerated application source / archive?

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#2

first answer from https://github.com/crossbario/crossbar/issues/1020 helps

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понедельник, 15 октября 2018 г., 11:46:54 UTC+3 пользователь Eugene Prokopiev написал:

Hi,

I’ve read https://crossbar.io/docs/Quick-Start/ and tried to create simple application:

$ crossbar version

:::::::::::::::::
      :::::          _____                      __
:::::   :   :::::   / ___/____ ___   ___  ___  / /  ___ _ ____
:::::::   :::::::  / /__ / __// _ \ (_-< (_-< / _ \/ _ `// __/
:::::   :   :::::  \___//_/   \___//___//___//_.__/\_,_//_/
      :::::
:::::::::::::::::   Crossbar v18.9.2

Copyright (c) 2013-2018 Crossbar.io Technologies GmbH, licensed under AGPL 3.0.

Crossbar.io : 18.9.2
Autobahn : 18.9.2
Twisted : 18.7.0-EPollReactor
LMDB : 0.94/lmdb-0.9.22
Python : 3.6.5/CPython
Frozen executable : no
Operating system : Linux-4.9.78-std-def-alt0.M80P.1-x86_64-with-centos-7.5.1804-Core
Host machine : x86_64
Release key : RWSDSZzMhv9utm/rhC+IL0t74bE6vQpI/gZuztT6MciW0/mzmijWMt9f

$ crossbar init --template hello:python --appdir hello
usage: crossbar [-h] [–debug-lifecycle] [–debug-programflow]
{init,start,stop,status,check,convert,upgrade,keys,version,legal,_exec_worker}

crossbar: error: unrecognized arguments: --template hello:python

$ crossbar templates
usage: crossbar [-h] [–debug-lifecycle] [–debug-programflow]
{init,start,stop,status,check,convert,upgrade,keys,version,legal,_exec_worker}

crossbar: error: argument command: invalid choice: ‘templates’ (choose from ‘init’, ‘start’, ‘stop’, ‘status’, ‘check’, ‘convert’, ‘upgrade’, ‘keys’, ‘version’, ‘legal’, ‘_exec_worker’)

Why I can’t use template param with init command?

Can anybody send or show me autogenerated application source / archive?

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