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Atlassian Command Line Interface

What is the difference, if any, between the
'Atlassian Command Line Interface' & the 'CLI Plugin for JIRA'. As far as I can tell, it's pretty much the same product.

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Atlassian Command Line Interface is a bundle of 5 CLI products including:

  1. JIRA Command Line Interface
  2. Confluence Command Line Interface
  3. Bamboo Command Line Interface
  4. Crucible Command Line Interface
  5. FishEye Command Line Interface

ACLI also contains the atlassian bat/sh file which is a bit nicer for customization. ACLI is recommended package if you use more than one CLI.

WW Rising Star Feb 28, 2022

I know this post is old, so I'm wondering if it's changed at this point.

The Atlassian CLI is free, but the others are paid.  Why would the Atalssian CLI contain all the other paid apps for free?

I would like to know what the difference between the Atlassian CLI and the others is, too.  Do you have to have the Atlassian CLI if you have more than one of the other CLIs?

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