Kitty Tools

When installing Kitty using or pip, it will install several tools:

Template Tester

    kitty-template-tester [--fast] [--tree] [--verbose] <FILE> ...

This tool mutates and renders templates in a file, making sure there are no
syntax issues in the templates.
It doesn't prove that the data model is correct, only checks that the it is
a valid model

    <FILE>      python file that contains templates in dictionaries, lists or globals
    --fast      only import, don't run all mutations
    --tree      print fields tree of the template instead of mutating it
    --verbose   print full call stack upon exception

Kitty Tools

kitty-tool will replace kitty-template tester and provide extended functionality

Tools for testing and manipulating kitty templates.

    kitty-tool generate [--verbose] [-s SKIP] [-c COUNT] [-o OUTDIR] [-f FORMAT] <FILE> <TEMPLATE> ...
    kitty-tool list <FILE>
    kitty-tool --version


    generate    generate files with mutated payload
    list        list templates in a file

    <FILE>                  python file that contains the template
    <TEMPLATE>              template name(s) to generate files from
    --out -o OUTDIR         output directory for the generated mutations [default: out]
    --skip -s SKIP          how many mutations to skip [default: 0]
    --count -c COUNT        end index to generate
    --verbose -v            verbose output
    --filename-format -f FORMAT  format for generated file names [default: %(template)s.%(index)s.bin]
    --version               print version and exit
    --help -h               print this help and exit

File name formats:
    You can control the name of an output file by giving a filename format,
    it follows python's dictionary format string.
    The available keywords are:
        template - the template name
        index - the template index

CLI Web Client

    kitty-web-client (info [-v]|pause|resume) [--host <hostname>] [--port <port>] reports store <folder> [--host <hostname>] [--port <port>] reports show <file> ...

Retrieve and parse kitty status and reports from a kitty web server

    -v --verbose            verbose information
    -h --host <hostname>    kitty web server host [default: localhost]
    -p --port <port>        kitty web server port [default: 26000]