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aiocoap-client - A simple command-line tool for interacting with CoAP servers
usage: aiocoap-client [-h] [--non] [-m METHOD] [--observe] [--observe-exec CMD] [--accept MIME] [--proxy HOST[:PORT]] [--payload X] [--payload-initial-szx SZX] [--content-format MIME] [--no-set-hostname] [-v] [-q] [--interactive] [--credentials CREDENTIALS] [--version] [--color] [--pretty-print] url aiocoap-client is a simple command-line tool for interacting with CoAP servers positional arguments: url CoAP address to fetch options: -h, --help show this help message and exit --non Send request as non-confirmable (NON) message -m METHOD, --method METHOD Name or number of request method to use (default: GET) --observe Register an observation on the resource --observe-exec CMD Run the specified program whenever the observed resource changes, feeding the response data to its stdin --accept MIME Content format to request --proxy HOST[:PORT] Relay the CoAP request to a proxy for execution --payload X Send X as request payload (eg. with a PUT). If X starts with an '@', its remainder is treated as a file name and read from; '@-' reads from the console. Nonfile data may be recoded, see --content-format. --payload-initial-szx SZX Size exponent to limit the initial block's size (0 ??? 16 Byte, 6 ??? 1024 Byte) --content-format MIME Content format of the --payload data. If a known format is given and --payload has a non-file argument, conversion is attempted (currently only JSON/Pythonliterals to CBOR). --no-set-hostname Suppress transmission of Uri-Host even if the host name is not an IP literal -v, --verbose Increase the debug output -q, --quiet Decrease the debug output --interactive Enter interactive mode --credentials CREDENTIALS Load credentials to use from a given file --version show program's version number and exit --color, --no-color Color output (default on TTYs if all required modules are installed) --pretty-print, --no-pretty-print Pretty-print known content formats (default on TTYs if all required modules are installed)
The full documentation for aiocoap-client is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and aiocoap-client programs are properly installed at your site, the command info aiocoap-client should give you access to the complete manual.