Introduction to the Client
The Transifex Client is a command-line tool that lets you easily work with large volumes of translation files. It works much like git: using the client, you're able to sync files between your local device and Transifex without a UI.
To check whether you have the Transifex client installed, open your terminal and run
$ tx help or
$ tx --help.
And to see which version of the client you have, run
$ tx --version.
To get more information about each command, use
tx help command. For example, if you'd like to learn more about the
push command, type
tx help push.
If you're using the Windows executable, type
tx.exe instead of
tx.exe help push.
tx behind a proxy to connect to the Transifex, you must export your proxy info into an local environment variable with the following commands:
$ export http_proxy="proxy:port" $ export https_proxy="proxy:port"
$ export http_proxy="user:passwd@proxy:port" $ export https_proxy="user:passwd@proxy:port"