In chapter 13, we’re tasked to create a customized Kitura project using create. Unfortunately the Kitura cli no longer contains the create command.
I have the same problem:
==> Installing kitura from ibm-swift/kitura
==> Downloading https://github.com/IBM-Swift/kitura-cli/releases/download/0.1.0/kitura-cli_0.1.0_darwin.tar.gz
Already downloaded: /Users/ppp/Library/Caches/Homebrew/downloads/e554352d116bdc855f444d2c4847794a4a7675c530ae39274476034a84158610–kitura-cli_0.1.0_darwin.tar.gz
/usr/local/Cellar/kitura/0.1.0: 3 files, 14.7MB, built in 3 seconds
ppp-MacBook-Pro:fortune-server ppp$ kitura
Kitura CLI is a tool for simplifying the development process around Kitura projects.
Example: - This application allows you to quickly generate a cloud ready application: kitura init See 'kitura init -h' for more information
build Build the project in a local container
help Help about any command
idt Install IBM Cloud Developer Tools
init Initialize a Kitura project
run Run the project in a local container.
-h, --help help for kitura
-v, --version Prints the kitura-cli version number.
Use “kitura [command] --help” for more information about a command.
@seabaylea Can you please help with this when you get a chance? Thank you - much appreciated! :]
Its still possible to obtain/use the old Kitura CLI - can do that with the following steps:
brew uninstall kitura brew untap ibm-swift/kitura cd ~ git clone http://github.com/IBM-Swift/homebrew-kitura cd homebrew-kitura git checkout ec3ff92f97cb468bfe805e86a31eb16ced85cacb brew tap ibm-swift/kitura ~/homebrew-kitura brew install kitura
You can then following the instructions in Chapter 13. If you then want to switch back to the new CLI, you can use the following:
brew untap ibm-swift/kitura brew tap ibm-swift/kitura brew upgrade kitura