Usage | CLI | Advanced

PyUpdater supports 3 release channels. Release channels are specified when providing a version number to the --app-version flag. Patches are only created for the stable channel. Examples below.

Example - Setting channels

Stable:

$ pyupdater build --app-version=3.30.1
$ pyupdater build --app-version=2.1
$ pyupdater build --app-version=1.0

Beta:

$ pyupdater build --app-version=1.0.1b
$ pyupdater build --app-version=3.1b2
$ pyupdater build --app-version=11.3.1beta2

Alpha:

$ pyupdater build --app-version=1.0.1a
$ pyupdater build --app-version=5.0alpha
$ pyupdater build --app-version=1.1.1alpha1

Example - Update check

Examples below of specifying channels when checking for updates:

# Requesting updates from the beta channel
app_update = client.update_check(APP_NAME, APP_VERSION, channel='beta')

# If no channel is specified, stable will be used
app_update = client.update_check(APP_NAME, APP_VERSION)

Example of async download:

app_update = client.update_check(APP_NAME, APP_VERSION)
if app_update:
    app_update.download(async=True)

# To check the status of the download
# Returns a boolean
app_update.is_downloaded()

Examples of setting one or more callbacks. PyUpdater calls set() on the list of plugins to ensure duplicates are not added.

# progress hooks get pass a dict with the below keys.
# total: total file size
# downloaded: data received so far
# status: will show either downloading or finished
# percent_complete: Percentage of file downloaded so far
# time: Time left to complete download
def progress(data):
    print('Time remaining'.format(data['time']))

def log_progress(data):
    log.debug('Total file size %s', data['total'])


# You can initialize the client with a callbacks
client = Client(ClientConfig(), progress_hooks=[progress, log_progress])

# Or you can add them later.
client = Client(ClientConfig())
client.add_progress_hook(log_progress)
client.add_progress_hook(progress)