Happy to announce a new version of OpenShift shipping today. There's lots of bug fixes and some code re-factoring of our client tools so make sure to download the latest version:sudo gem update rhc
Some of the command options have also changed and we're moving to make things easier to call without flags. For example an older command style might be:
rhc sshkey add -i identity -k ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
The newer style ommits the -i and -k:
rhc sshkey add identity ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
For those users that aren't aware, you can actually ssh directly to your gear for debugging purposes:
I mention this because debuggers have been requesting .bash_profile and .bash_history to be enabled (in $OPENSHIFT_DATA_DIR), I'm happy to say that as of this release, those files are ready for use and behave just like they should. Aside from this, we've got another great feature coming in a couple of weeks! Stay tuned for details. If you have any questions or comments please do let us know – firstname.lastname@example.org
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