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Module Version: 1.75_001   Source   Latest Release: Perinci-CmdLine-Classic-1.770

NAME ^

Perinci::CmdLine::Classic - Rinci/Riap-based command-line application framework

VERSION ^

This document describes version 1.75_001 of Perinci::CmdLine::Classic (from Perl distribution Perinci-CmdLine-Classic), released on 2017-07-12.

SYNOPSIS ^

In gen-random-num script:

 use Perinci::CmdLine::Classic;

 our %SPEC;

 $SPEC{gen_random_num} = {
     v => 1.1,
     summary => 'Generate some random numbers',
     args => {
         count => {
             summary => 'How many numbers to generate',
             schema => ['int*' => min=>0],
             default => 1,
             cmdline_aliases=>{n=>{}},
             req => 1,
             pos => 0,
         },
         min => {
             summary => 'Lower limit of random number',
             schema => 'float*',
             default => 0,
         },
         max => {
             summary => 'Upper limit of random number',
             schema => 'float*',
             default => 1,
         },
     },
     result_naked => 1,
 };
 sub gen_random_num {
     my %args = @_;

     my @res;
     for (1..$args{count}) {
         push @res, $args{min} + rand()*($args{max}-$args{min});
     }
     \@res;
 }

 Perinci::CmdLine::Classic->new(url => '/main/gen_random_num')->run;

Run your script:

 % ./gen-random-num
 0.999473691060306

 % ./gen-random-num --min 1 --max 10 5
 1.27390166158969
 1.69077475473679
 8.97748327778684
 5.86943773494068
 8.34341298182493

JSON output support out of the box:

 % ./gen-random-num -n3 --json
 [200,"OK (envelope added by Perinci::Access::Lite)",[0.257073684902029,0.393782991540746,0.848740540017513],{}]

Automatic help message:

 % ./gen-random-num -h
 gen-random-num - Generate some random numbers

 Usage:
   gen-random-num --help (or -h, -?)
   gen-random-num --version (or -v)
   gen-random-num [options] [count]
 Options:
   --config-path=s     Set path to configuration file
   --config-profile=s  Set configuration profile to use
   --count=i, -n       How many numbers to generate (=arg[0]) [1]
   --format=s          Choose output format, e.g. json, text [undef]
   --help, -h, -?      Display this help message
   --json              Set output format to json
   --max=f             Upper limit of random number [1]
   --min=f             Lower limit of random number [0]
   --naked-res         When outputing as JSON, strip result envelope [0]
   --no-config         Do not use any configuration file
   --version, -v

Automatic configuration file support:

 % cat ~/gen-random-num.conf
 count=5
 max=0.01

 % ./gen-random-num
 0.00105268954838724
 0.00701443611501844
 0.0021247476506154
 0.00813872824513005
 0.00752832346491306

Automatic tab completion support:

 % complete -C gen-random-num gen-random-num
 % gen-random-num --mi<tab>

See Perinci::CmdLine::Manual for details on other available features (subcommands, automatic formatting of data structures, automatic schema validation, dry-run mode, automatic POD generation, remote function support, automatic CLI generation, automatic --version, automatic HTTP API, undo/transactions, configurable output format, logging, progress bar, colors/Unicode, and more).

DESCRIPTION ^

Perinci::CmdLine is a command-line application framework. It allows you to create full-featured CLI applications easily and quickly.

See Perinci::CmdLine::Manual for more details.

There is also a blog post series on Perinci::CmdLine tutorial: https://perlancar.wordpress.com/category/pericmd-tut/

Perinci::CmdLine::Classic is the heavier backend implementation which supports some extra features currently not supported by the default backend implementation Perinci::CmdLine::Lite. These features come at some startup overhead cost and more dependencies. You normally should use Perinci::CmdLine::Any instead to be able to switch backend on the fly.

Screenshots:

REQUEST KEYS ^

See also Perinci::CmdLine::Base. Extra stuffs put by this module to the $r hash/stash.

RESULT METADATA ^

All those supported by Perinci::CmdLine::Base, plus:

x.hint.result_binary => bool

If set to true, then when formatting to text formats, this class won't print any newline to keep the data being printed unmodified.

ATTRIBUTES ^

All the attributes of Perinci::CmdLine::Base, plus:

use_utf8 => BOOL

From Term::App::Role::Attrs (please see its docs for more details). There are several other attributes added by the role.

undo => BOOL (optional, default 0)

Whether to enable undo/redo functionality. Some things to note if you intend to use undo:

undo_dir => STR (optional, default ~/.<program_name>/.undo)

Where to put undo data. This is actually the transaction manager's data dir.

METHODS ^

All the methods of Perinci::CmdLine::Base, plus:

ENVIRONMENT ^

All the environment variables that Perinci::CmdLine::Base supports, plus:

PERINCI_CMDLINE_COLOR_THEME => STR

Can be used to set color_theme.

PROGRESS => BOOL

Explicitly turn the progress bar on/off.

COLOR => INT

Please see Term::App::Role::Attrs.

UTF8 => BOOL

Please see Term::App::Role::Attrs.

HOMEPAGE ^

Please visit the project's homepage at https://metacpan.org/release/Perinci-CmdLine-Classic.

SOURCE ^

Source repository is at https://github.com/perlancar/perl-Perinci-CmdLine-Classic.

BUGS ^

Please report any bugs or feature requests on the bugtracker website https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=Perinci-CmdLine-Classic

When submitting a bug or request, please include a test-file or a patch to an existing test-file that illustrates the bug or desired feature.

SEE ALSO ^

Perinci::CmdLine::Any, Perinci::CmdLine::Lite.

AUTHOR ^

perlancar <perlancar@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 by perlancar@cpan.org.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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