[pkg-go] Bug#863013: ITP: fdroidcl -- F-Droid desktop client

Jochen Sprickerhof jspricke at debian.org
Sat May 20 06:59:39 UTC 2017

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Jochen Sprickerhof <jspricke at debian.org>

* Package name    : fdroidcl
  Version         : 0.3.1-1
  Upstream Author : Daniel Martí
* URL             : https://github.com/mvdan/fdroidcl
* License         : BSD-3-clause
  Programming Lang: Go
  Description     : F-Droid desktop client

 F-Droid (https://f-droid.org/) desktop client.  go get -u
 This is not a replacement for the Android client
 While the Android client integrates with the system
 with regular update checks and notifications, this is a
 command line client that talks to connected devices via ADB
 (https://developer.android.com/tools/help/adb.html).  Quickstart Download
 the index: fdroidcl update
 Show all available apps: fdroidcl search
 Install an app: fdroidcl install org.adaway Commandsupdate
 Update the index search <regexp...>    Search available apps
 show <appid...>       Show detailed info about an app devices
 List connected devices download <appid...>   Download an app install
 <appid...>    Install an app upgrade <appid...>    Upgrade an app
 uninstall <appid...>  Uninstall an app defaults              Reset to
 the default settings
 A specific version of an app can be selected by following the appid with
 an colon (:) and the version code of the app to select.  Config You can
 configure the repositories to use in the config.json file, located in
 fdroidcl's config directory. This will be ~/.config/fdroidcl/config.json
 on Linux.
 You can run fdroidcl defaults to create the config with the default
 settings.  Missing features• Index verification via jar signature
 - currently relies on HTTPS• Interaction with multiple devices at
 once• Hardware features filteringAdvantages over the Android client•
 Command line interface• Batch install/update/remove apps without root
 nor system privileges• Handle multiple Android devices• No need to
 install a client on the deviceWhat it will never do• Run as a daemon,
 e.g. periodic index updates• Graphical user interface• Act as an
 F-Droid server• Swap apps with devices running the Android client
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