Command Line Interface¶
getML can be launched via the command line. The command line
interface is called
getML on Linux,
on macOS and
getML.exe on Windows.
Refer to the installation section, for instructions for how to set up the command line interface.
Some parameters can be set via command line flags. If you do not explicitly set them,
the values from your config.json are taken instead. The config.json is located
$HOME/.getML/getml-VERSION on Linux and macOS. On Windows, it is located
in the same directory as
getML.exe. The most elegant way to edit your config.json
is via the configuration view in the getML
The help menu can also be displayed by passing the flag
-h. The default
values displayed in the help menu are the values in the config.json (therefore, they are not
-allow-push-notifications Whether you want to allow the getML monitor to send push notifications to your desktop. (default true) -engine-port int The port of the getML engine. This is also the port that the Python API communicates with. (default 1708) -http-port int The local port of the getML monitor. This port can only be accessed from your local computer. (default 1709) -https-port int The remote and encrypted port of the getML monitor. This port can be accessed remotely, but it is encrypted. (default 1710) -install Installs getml-0.11-beta-macos, even if it is already installed. -launch-browser Whether you want to automatically launch your browser. (default true) -project-directory string The directory in which to store all of your projects. (default "$HOME/.getML/getml-0.11-beta-macos/projects") -stop Shuts down the getML engine and monitor via the http-port. If no http-port is passed, then the default http-port will be used. -uninstall Uninstalls getml-0.11-beta-macos. -version Show version (getml-0.11-beta-macos).