Verified Commit a5e5e547 authored by Agate's avatar Agate 💬

Fix # #562: Document how to find and use library id when importing files in CLI

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Document how to find and use library id when importing files in CLI (#562)
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.. code-block:: bash
python api/manage.py import_files "/srv/funkwhale/data/music/**/*.ogg" --recursive --noinput
export LIBRARY_ID="<your_libary_id>"
python api/manage.py import_files $LIBRARY_ID "/srv/funkwhale/data/music/**/*.ogg" --recursive --noinput
When you use docker, the ``/srv/funkwhale/data/music`` is mounted from the host
to the ``/music`` directory on the container:
.. code-block:: bash
docker-compose run --rm api python manage.py import_files "/music/**/*.ogg" --recursive --noinput
export LIBRARY_ID="<your_libary_id>"
docker-compose run --rm api python manage.py import_files $LIBRARY_ID "/music/**/*.ogg" --recursive --noinput
.. note::
Library IDs are available in library urls or sharing link. In this example:
https://funkwhale.instance/content/libraries/769a2ae3-eb3d-4aff-9f94-2c4d80d5c2d1,
the library ID is 769a2bc3-eb1d-4aff-9f84-2c4d80d5c2d1
You can use only the first characters of the ID when calling the command, like that:
``export LIBRARY_ID="769a2bc3"``
The import command supports several options, and you can check the help to
get details::
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