As a CLI user, I can reference resources by name or pulp_href.
As a CLI user, server responses shown to me are parsed to human readable form
As a CLI user, I have docs on how to install, setup, and use the Pulp CLI
As a user, I can interact with pulp_file
As a plugin writer, I am guaranteed that all API endpoints for a plugin are automatically availab...
As a plugin writer, I can use the plugin template (or similar tool) to get a basic code structure...
As a plugin writer, I can use the plugin template (or similar tool) to generate CI/CD for testing...
As a plugin writer, I have docs on how to setup and create CLI commands
As a user, I can sync, publish, and distribute a file repository using one command
As a CLI user, I can view a report and repair corrupted content
As a CLI user, I can specify which trusted CAs to use when connecting to Pulp
As a user, I can download and verify repo content with the CLI
Refactor tests to use settings instead of $PULP_CLI
As a developer, I have an easy way to run linting, tests, etc locally