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waypoint project apply
Create or update a project.
waypoint project apply [options] NAME
Create or update a project.
This will create a new project with the given options. If a project with the same name already exists, this will update the existing project using the fields that are set.
This command should be used to create a new project pointing to a VCS repo. If you have a "waypoint.hcl" file and a local repository, you can also use "waypoint init" in the directory of the project.
You may create a project from a waypoint.hcl file and optionally overwrite some fields using flags by specifying the -waypoint-hcl flag.
-plain- Plain output: no colors, no animation.
-a) - App to target. Certain commands require a single app target for Waypoint configurations with multiple apps. If you have a single app, then this can be ignored.
-p) - Project to target.
-w) - Workspace to operate in.
-from-waypoint-hcl=<string>- waypoint.hcl formatted file to load settings from. This can be used to read settings from a file. Additional flags will override values found in the file. Note that any settings in the file will NOT be merged with what is already in the server; they will overwrite the server.
-waypoint-hcl=<string>- Path to a waypoint.hcl file to associate with this project. This is only necessary if a waypoint.hcl is not committed alongside the project source code. If a waypoint.hcl file does not exist in the project source then this waypoint.hcl file will be used. This file will not be validated until an operation is run against the project; this is done on purpose since the waypoint.hcl file may depend on files in the source repository.
-data-source=<string>- The data source type to use (currently only supports 'git' or 'local'). Associated data source settings (such as flags starting with '-git') will not take effect unless the appropriate data source is set with this flag.
-git-url=<string>- URL of the Git repository to clone. This can be an HTTP or SSH URL.
-git-path=<string>- Path is a subdirectory within the checked out repository to go into for the project's configuration. This must be a relative path and may not contain '..'
-git-ref=<string>- Git ref (i.e. branch, tag, commit) to clone on new operations.
-git-auth-type=<string>- Authentication type for Git. If set, must be one of 'basic' or 'ssh'. Basic auth is username/password and SSH uses an SSH key.
-git-username=<string>- Username for authentication when git-auth-type is 'basic'. For GitHub, this can be any value but it must be non-empty.
-git-password=<string>- Password for authentication when git-auth-type is 'basic'. For GitHub, this should be a personal access token (PAT).
-git-private-key-path=<string>- Path to a PEM-encoded private key for 'ssh'-based auth.
-git-private-key-password=<string>- Password for the private key specified by git-private-key-path if the key requires a password to decode. This is not required if the private key doesn't require a password.
-git-recurse-submodules=<int>- The maximum depth to recursively clone submodules. A value of zero disables cloning any submodules recursively.
-poll- Enable polling. This is only valid if a Git data source is supplied. This will watch the repo for changes and trigger a remote 'up'.
-poll-interval=<string>- Interval between polling if polling is enabled.
-app-status-poll- Enable polling to continuously generate status reports for apps. This is only valid if a Git data source is supplied.
-app-status-poll-interval=<string>- Interval between polling to generate status reports if polling is enabled.
-runner-profile=<string>- Name of a runner profile to be used for this project