This release brings some major improvements to the discoverability of commands and their parameters in the interactive terminal.
method. This is used to help turn some commands into a "method", similar in concept to object orientated development where the tab- completer will return a list of other commands that are compatible with the formers output data types. It's purely an autocompletion tool and has no effect in shell scripts.
|will show all available aliases, functions, builtins and external commands, as usual
->will default to showing only compatible commands defined in
method(see above), however if no methods are found then
->will fall back to suggesting all available aliases, functions, builtins and external commands, like
The idea here is for
-> to surface commands that are commonly expected to be pipelined together but without forcing the user to pause and remember which token exposes what commands. While
| is still available for familiarity
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[) now returns a different data type from the root object if the element is a string, integer, float64, boolean or nil (issue #316)
runtimewas missing a few flags for reporting supported data types against the newer APIs
generic) to include two spaces between columns when marshalled
bsontypes now use
ReadArraytemplates so their behavior should mimic JSON and YAML
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Published: 26.09.2021 at 11:33
->) Token: Pipes STDOUT from the left hand command to STDIN of the right hand command
|) Token: Pipes STDOUT from the left hand command to STDIN of the right hand command
method: Define a methods supported data-types
runtime: Returns runtime information on the internal state of murex
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Last built on Fri Oct 22 16:26:06 UTC 2021 against commit 19d2aeb19d2aeb27e814a4c6fec77d229cc32d68404c061.
Current version is 2.3.4000 BETA which has been verified against tests.