The activate command allows you to activate an ActiveState project on your local computer.
The auth command allows you to authenticate your account on the ActiveState Platform.
The clean command enables you to completely remove the State Tool, cached runtime environments only, or global configuration settings only.
The deploy command deploys the given runtime environment on the local system and sets it up so you can run it from any shell environment that matches the current shell, overriding any conflicting installations.
The events command lists the configured events for your project.
The export command allows you to export a new API key or the contents of the JSON Web Token (JWT) you are using to authenticate with the Platform.
The fork command allows you to create a fork of an existing Platform project.
The history command allows you to view the commit history for your project.
The import command allows you to import packages directly from your language’s dependency management tooling.
The init command enables you to create a new empty project on your local machine.
The install command allows you to install packages from the ActiveState Platform.
The invite command allows you to invite users to an Organization.
The languages command lists the languages in your project, and allows you to update the specified languages.
The organizations command lists the organizations you are a member of.
The packages command allows you to view the packages within an ActiveState Platform project.
The platforms command lists the platforms in your project, and allows you to add and remove platforms, and search for available platforms on the ActiveState Platform.
The projects command lists the projects you have access to from all of the Organizations you belong to.
The pull command will update your
activestate.yaml so that it references the latest version of your platform runtime environment.
The push command enables you to push your local changes to the ActiveState Platform.
The run command allows you to manually run scripts you have defined for your projects by name.
The scripts command allows you to quickly list all available scripts.
The search command allows you to search for packages by name or partial string.
The secrets command allows a user to manage their secrets within a Project.
The show command displays information about the current project, or a specified remote project.
The uninstall command allows you to remove packages installed from the ActiveState Platform.
Updates the State Tool to the latest available version.