strut(1) command line interface (using Socialtext::Resting) to the


strut help
strut configure

strut list_workspaces
strut list_pages <workspace>
strut get_page <workspace> <pagename>
strut set_page <workspace> <pagename> <filename>
strut list_tags <workspace> <pagename>
strut put_tag <workspace> <pagename> <tag>
strut set_tags <workspace> <pagename> <tags>
strut list_tagged_pages <workspace> <tag>
strut list_attachments <workspace> <pagename>
strut get_attachment <workspace> <pagename> <attachment>
strut add_attachment <workspace> <pagename> <filename>
strut show_breadcrumbs <workspace>
strut show_backlinks <workspace> <pagename>
strut show_frontlinks <workspace> <pagename>
All list operations can further be controlled with the following operations:
--query (search term for within the results)
--filter (filter the titles of the results)
--order (only accepts 'newest' right now)
--count (restrict number of returned results)
--accept (for your accept headers - text/html, text/plain, application/json)
strut --query=searchterm --filter=titlefilter --order=newest --count=number list_pages myworkspace


The following commands are supported


Standard man page for this program


Configure strut with username, password, and server information. See the CONFIGURATION section below for a discussion of your configuration options.


Get the breadcrumbs for the current user in this workspace.


Give a list of all workspaces on the server

list_workspace_tags <workspace>

List the tags for a workspace.

list_pages <workspace>

Give a list of all pages in the given workspace. If no workspace is given you will be prompted to pick from available workspaces.

list_tagged_pages <workspace>

Give a list of all pages in the given workspace with the given tag.

get_page <workspace> <page_name>

Retrieve the contents of the specified page. If no workspace or page are given the user will be prompted to select from the available workspaces/pages.

set_page <workspace> <page_name> <filename>

Save the specified page on the system.

add_attachment <workspace> <page_name> <filename>

Add the attachment to the specified page on the system.

list_attachments <workspace> <page_name>

List all attachments on the specified page.

list_pagetags <workspace> <page_name>

List all tags on the specified page.

show_backlinks <workspace> <page_name>

Show backlinks to the specified page name.

show_frontlinks <workspace> <page_name>

Show frontlinks to the specified page name.

put_tag <workspace> <page_name> <tag>

Add the specified tag to the specified page name.

set_tags <workspace> <page_name> <tags>

Set the tags for the specified page name.


In order to run correctly, strut needs to have a username, password, and server name. This can be configured in one of several ways:

Command line:

    strut --username <username> --password <password> --server <server>

Environment variables:


Configuration file:


If strut can't determine your username/password/server, it will call the 'configure' subcommand to create a configuration file for you.