itunes_store_transporter 0.2.0 → 0.2.1

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data/Changes CHANGED
@@ -1,3 +1,8 @@
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+ v0.2.1 2018-04-14
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+ --------------------
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+ Enhancements:
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+ * Support for itc_provider option
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+
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  v0.2.0 2017-02-07
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  --------------------
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  Changes:
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ Upload and manage your assets in the iTunes Store using the iTunes Store's Trans
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  require "itunes/store/transporter"
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  itms = iTunes::Store::Transporter.new(:username => "SomeUser",
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- :shortname => "shrt",
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+ :shortname => "shrt", # or :itc_provider, if you have no shortname
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  :password => "w3c@llYoU!")
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  itms.upload("/path/to/yourpackage.itmsp")
@@ -50,35 +50,16 @@ that it can send email notifications and allows one to set global/per-command de
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  === Locating iTMSTransporter
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- If the +iTMSTransporter+ cannot be found in {one your platform's known locations}[https://github.com/sshaw/itunes_store_transporter/tree/master/lib/itunes/store/transporter/shell.rb#L28-L40] you must specify it when creating an instance of <code>iTunes::Store::Transporter</code> via {the <code>:path</code> option}[http://ruby-doc.org/gems/docs/i/itunes_store_transporter-0.1.1/ITunes/Store/Transporter/ITMSTransporter.html#method-c-new-label-Options].
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+ If the +iTMSTransporter+ cannot be found in {one your platform's known locations}[https://github.com/sshaw/itunes_store_transporter/blob/fcb4f0f9ada4a45764160beac6a049b0d419c8a9/lib/itunes/store/transporter/shell.rb#L31] you must specify it when creating an instance of <code>iTunes::Store::Transporter</code> via {the <code>:path</code> option}[http://www.rubydoc.info/gems/itunes_store_transporter/ITunes/Store/Transporter/ITMSTransporter#initialize-instance_method].
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  If you're using the bundled +itms+ command you must use its +--path+ option or specify the path in the itms config file. See the +itms+ section for more info.
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- === Running on Windows
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-
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- On Windows +iTMSTransporter+ is called via the +iTMSTransporter.CMD+ batch file. This file does not handle the
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- +iTMSTransporter+'s exit status correctly, causing <code>iTunes::Store::Transporter</code> to report everything as a success.
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-
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- This can be fixed by modifying +iTMSTransporter.CMD+ (note that the following does not mimic the batch file exactly):
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-
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- ...
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-
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- call iTMSTransporter\iTMSTransporter %*
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-
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- REM Add this line:
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- set exited=%errorlevel%
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-
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- cd %olddir%
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-
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- REM Add this line too:
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- exit /b %exited%
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-
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  === Using itms
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  <code>itms COMMAND [OPTIONS] [PACKAGE]</code>
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- * +COMMAND+ - The command to run, which can be any one of {the <code>iTunes::Store::Transporter</code> methods}[http://ruby-doc.org/gems/docs/i/itunes_store_transporter-0.1.1/ITunes/Store/Transporter/ITMSTransporter.html]
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- * +OPTIONS+ - These are quivalent to the given +COMMAND+'s options except they must be given in a strict long option format. For example <code>:apple_id => "X123"</code> would be <code>--apple-id=X123</code>. Boolean options can be negated with the <code>--no-</code> prefix. For more info see {each command's options}[http://ruby-doc.org/gems/docs/i/itunes_store_transporter-0.1.1/ITunes/Store/Transporter/ITMSTransporter.html].
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+ * +COMMAND+ - The command to run, which can be any one of {the <code>iTunes::Store::Transporter</code> methods}[http://sshaw.github.io/itunes_store_transporter/classes/ITunes/Store/Transporter/ITMSTransporter.html]
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+ * +OPTIONS+ - These are quivalent to the given +COMMAND+'s options except they must be given in a strict long option format. For example <code>:apple_id => "X123"</code> would be <code>--apple-id=X123</code>. Boolean options can be negated with the <code>--no-</code> prefix. For more info see {each command's options}[http://sshaw.github.io/itunes_store_transporter/classes/ITunes/Store/Transporter/ITMSTransporter.html].
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  * +PACKAGE+ - The package or directory to operate on, if required by the command
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  <b>Note that options with a value must contain the equals character</b> (<code>"="</code>).
@@ -166,10 +147,10 @@ As you can see, command options are turned into template variables.
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  === More Info
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- * Docs: http://www.rubydoc.info/gems/itunes_store_transporter
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+ * Docs: http://sshaw.github.io/itunes_store_transporter
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  * Bugs: http://github.com/sshaw/itunes_store_transporter/issues
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  * Source Code: http://github.com/sshaw/itunes_store_transporter
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- * Transporter GUI: http://github.com/sshaw/itunes_store_transporter_web
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+ * iTunes Store Transporter: GUI: http://transportergui.com
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  === Author
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@@ -178,3 +159,7 @@ Skye Shaw [skye.shaw AT gmail.com]
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  === License
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  Released under the MIT License: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/MIT
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+
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+ ---
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+
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+ Made by {ScreenStaring}[http://screenstaring.com]
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ module ITunes
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  end
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  unless ENV["ITUNES_STORE_TRANSPORTER_NO_SYNTAX_SUGAR"].to_i > 0
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- def iTunes
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+ def iTunes # :nodoc: all
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  ITunes
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  end
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  end
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  options.on :mode, "-m", /\w+/, :required => true
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  options.on :username, "-u", :required => true
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  options.on :password, "-p", :required => true
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- options.on *SHORTNAME
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  end
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  protected
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  class Lookup < Mode
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  def initialize(*config)
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  super
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+ options.on *SHORTNAME
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+ options.on *ITC_PROVIDER
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+
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  # Optout has no way to denote this
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  options.on *VENDOR_ID
@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ module ITunes
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  VENDOR_ID = [ :vendor_id, "-vendor_id", /\w/ ]
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  APPLE_ID = [ :apple_id, "-apple_id", /\w/ ]
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  SHORTNAME = [ :shortname, "-s", /\w/ ]
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+ ITC_PROVIDER= [ :itc_provider, "-itc_provider", /\w/ ]
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  TRANSPORT = [ :transport, "-t", %w|Aspera Signiant DAV| ]
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  SUCCESS = [ :success, "-success", Optout::Dir.exists ]
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  FAILURE = [ :failure, "-failure", Optout::Dir.exists ]
@@ -12,6 +12,9 @@ module ITunes
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  class Schema < Mode
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  def initialize(*config)
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  super
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+ options.on *SHORTNAME
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+ options.on *ITC_PROVIDER
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+
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  options.on *DESTINATION
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  options.on :type, "-schemaType", /\A(transitional|strict)\z/i, :required => true
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  options.on :version, "-schema", /\w+/i, :required => true
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  class Status < Mode
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  def initialize(*config)
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  super
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+ options.on *SHORTNAME
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+ options.on *ITC_PROVIDER
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  options.on :apple_id, "-apple_ids", /\w/, :multiple => true
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  options.on :format, "-outputFormat", %w[xml]
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+ options.on *SHORTNAME
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+ options.on *ITC_PROVIDER
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  class Verify < BatchMode
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  def initialize(*config)
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+ options.on *ITC_PROVIDER
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  #
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  # [:username (String)] Your username
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  # [:password (String)] Your password
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- # [:shortname (String)] Your shortname. Optional, not every iTunes account has one
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+ # [:shortname (String)] Your shortname (encoding house user). Optional, not every iTunes account has one
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+ # [:itc_provider (String)] Your iTunes Connect user. Optional, not every iTunes account has one
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  # [:path (String)] The path to the +iTMSTransporter+. Optional.
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  # [:print_stdout (Boolean)] Print +iTMSTransporter+'s stdout to your stdout. Defaults to +false+.
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  # [:print_stderr (Boolean)] Print +iTMSTransporter+'s stderr to your stderr. Defaults to +false+.
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  module ITunes
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  module Store
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  module Transporter
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- VERSION = "0.2.0"
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- lambda { subject.run(options.merge(option => "__baaaaahd_directory__")) }.should raise_exception(ITunes::Store::Transporter::OptionError, /does not exist/)
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+ expect { subject.run(options.merge(option => "__baaaaahd_directory__")) }.to raise_exception(ITunes::Store::Transporter::OptionError, /does not exist/)
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@@ -54,7 +54,13 @@ shared_examples_for "a required option" do |option|
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+ it_should_behave_like "a transporter option", { :itc_provider => "sshaw" }, "-itc_provider", "sshaw"
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+ end
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@@ -5,48 +5,48 @@ describe ITunes::Store::Transporter::TransporterMessage do
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metadata CHANGED
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  --- !ruby/object:Gem::Specification
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  name: itunes_store_transporter
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  version: !ruby/object:Gem::Version
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- version: 0.2.0
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+ version: 0.2.1
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  platform: ruby
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  authors:
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  - Skye Shaw
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  autorequire:
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  bindir: bin
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  cert_chain: []
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- date: 2017-02-07 00:00:00.000000000 Z
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+ date: 2018-04-14 00:00:00.000000000 Z
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  dependencies:
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  - - "<"
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- description: " iTunes::Store::Transporter is a wrapper around Apple's iTMSTransporter
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- program. It allows you to upload packages to the \n Apple Store, validate them,
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- retrieve status information, lookup metadata, and more!\n"
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+ description: |2
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+ iTunes::Store::Transporter is a wrapper around Apple's iTMSTransporter program. It allows you to upload packages to the
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+ Apple Store, validate them, retrieve status information, lookup metadata, and more!
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  executables:
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@@ -115,16 +115,11 @@ files:
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  homepage: http://github.com/sshaw/itunes_store_transporter
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  licenses:
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  metadata: {}
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- post_install_message: "\n !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!\n !!
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