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PROGRAM:

NAME


appstreamcli - Handle AppStream metadata and the AppStream index

SYNOPSIS


appstreamcli [COMMAND]

DESCRIPTION


This manual page documents briefly the appstreamcli command.

appstreamcli is a small helper tool to work with AppStream metadata and access the
AppStream component index from the command-line. The AppStream component index contains a
list of all available software components for your distribution, matched to their package
names. It is generated using AppStream XML or Debian DEP-11 data, which is provided by
your distributor.

For more information about the AppStream project and the other components which are part
of it, take a look at the AppStream pages at Freedesktop.org[1].

OPTIONS


status
Display various information about the installed metadata and the metadata cache.

get ID
Get a component by it's identifier.

s, search TERM
Search the AppStream component database for a given search term.

what-provides TYPE TERM
Return components which provide a given item. An item type can be specified using the
TYPE parameter, a value to search for has to be supplied using the TERM parameter.

Examples:

Get components which handle the "text/xml" mimetype.

appstreamcli what-provides mimetype "text/xml"

Get component which provides the "libfoo.so.2" library.

appstreamcli what-provides lib libfoo.so.2

refresh, refresh-index
Trigger a database refresh, if necessary. In case you want to force the database to be
rebuilt, supply the --force flag.

This command must be executed with root permission.

dump ID
Dump the XML description of a component with the given ID.

validate FILES
Validate AppStream XML metadata for compliance with the specification.

Both XML metadata types, upstream and distro XML, are handled. The filetype which
should be validated is determined automatically.

The --pedantic flag triggers a more pedantic validation of the file, including minor
and style issues in the report.

validate-tree DIRECTORY
Validate AppStream XML metadata found in a file-tree.

This performs a standard validation of all found metadata, but also checks for
additional errors, like the presence of .desktop files and validity of other
additional metadata.

install ID
Install a software component by its ID.

This resolves the AppStream component ID to the package name which provides it and
then calls the distribution's package manager to install the software.

This feature is experimental.

put FILE
Install a metadata file into the right directory on the current machine.

--details
Print out more information about a found component.

--no-color
Don't print colored output.

--version
Display the version number of appstreamcli

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