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NAME

       wlc - Weblate Client Documentation

       New in version 2.7: The wlc utility is fully supported since Weblate 2.7. If you are using
       older version some incompatibilities with API might occur.

INSTALATION

       The Weblate Client is shipped separately, you need to install wlc  to  have  it,  it  also
       includes Python module wlc:

          pip install wlc

SYNOPSIS

          wlc [parameter] <command> [options]

       Commands actually indicate which operation should be performed.

DESCRIPTION

       Weblate Client is Python library and command line utility to manage Weblate remotely using
       api. The command line utility can be invoked as wlc and is build on wlc.

   Global options
       The program accepts following global options, which must be entered before subcommand.

       --format {csv,json,text,html}
              Specify output format.

       --url URL
              Specify API URL. Overrides value from  configuration  file,  see  Files.   The  URL
              should end with /api/, for example https://hosted.weblate.org/api/.

       --key KEY
              Specify  API  user  key to use. Overrides value from configuration file, see Files.
              You can figure out your key in your profile in Weblate.

       --config PATH
              Override path to configuration file, see Files.

       --config-section SECTION
              Override section to use in configuration file, see Files.

   Subcommands
       Currently following subcommands are available:

       version
              Prints current version.

       list-languages
              List used languages in Weblate.

       list-projects
              List projects in Weblate.

       list-components
              List components in Weblate.

       list-translations
              List translations in Weblate.

       show   Shows Weblate object (translation, component or project).

       ls     Lists Weblate object (translation, component or project).

       commit Commits changes in Weblate object (translation, component or project).

       pull   Pulls remote repository changes into  Weblate  object  (translation,  component  or
              project).

       push   Pusches changes in Weblate object into remote repository (translation, component or
              project).

       repo   Displays repository status for given  Weblate  object  (translation,  component  or
              project).

       statistics
              Displays detailed statistics for given Weblate object (translation or component).

       lock-status
              New in version 0.5: Supported since wlc 0.5.

              Displays lock status.

       lock   New in version 0.5: Supported since wlc 0.5.

              Locks compontent from translating in Weblate.

       unlock New in version 0.5: Supported since wlc 0.5.

              Unlocks compontent from translating in Weblate.

FILES

       .weblate
              Per project configuration file

       ~/.config/weblate
              User configuration file

       /etc/xdg/weblate
              Global configration file

       The  program  follows  XDG  specification,  so you can adjust placement of config files by
       environment variables XDG_CONFIG_HOME or XDG_CONFIG_DIRS.

       Following settings can be configured in the [weblate] section (you can customize  this  by
       --config-section):

       key    API KEY to access Weblate.

       url    API server URL, defaults to http://127.0.0.1:8000/api/.

       translation
              Path of default translation, component or project.

       The configuration file is INI file, for example:

          [weblate]
          url = https://hosted.weblate.org/api/
          key = APIKEY
          translation = weblate/master

       Additionally API keys can be stored in the [keys] section:

          [keys]
          https://hosted.weblate.org/api/ = APIKEY

       This  allows  you  to  store  keys  in  your  personal  settings,  while  having  .weblate
       configuration in the VCS repository so that wlc knows to which server it should talk.

EXAMPLES

       Print current program version:

          $ wlc version
          version: 0.1

       List all projects:

          $ wlc list-projects
          name: Hello
          slug: hello
          source_language: en
          url: http://example.com/api/projects/hello/
          web: http://weblate.org/
          web_url: http://example.com/projects/hello/

       You can also let wlc know current project and it will then operate on it:

          $ cat .weblate
          [weblate]
          url = https://hosted.weblate.org/api/
          translation = weblate/master

          $ wlc show
          branch: master
          file_format: po
          filemask: weblate/locale/*/LC_MESSAGES/django.po
          git_export: git://git.weblate.org/weblate.git
          license: GPL-3.0+
          license_url: https://spdx.org/licenses/GPL-3.0+
          name: master
          new_base: weblate/locale/django.pot
          project: weblate
          repo: git://github.com/nijel/weblate.git
          slug: master
          template:
          url: https://hosted.weblate.org/api/components/weblate/master/
          vcs: git
          web_url: https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/weblate/master/

       With such setup it is easy to commit pending changes in current project:

          $ wlc commit

AUTHOR

       Michal Čihař

COPYRIGHT

       2012 - 2016, Michal Čihař