strict-varsis enabled by default. This means if a variable doesn’t exist / hasn’t been instantiated then your command will fail. You can disable this by putting
config: set proc strict-vars falseinside any affected
functions and/or in your
selectbuiltin now added to the default build. This built in will stream tabulated data into an in memory sqlite3 database and take SQL arguments to query that data. Thus allowing you to inline SQL queries as part of your native command line. This addition will add complications for anyone building from source on Windows. If you are a Windows user you are recommended to use WSL or, if you desperately need to use murex natively on Windows, download the appropriate per-compiled binary from the downloads page
$PATHwill now be subject to the same inclusion rules as Windows file systems when murex is used in Windows. This means only executables (ie files with
.exe, amongst other, extensions are present). This has dramatically cleaned up autocomplete suggestions when running murex in WSL.
FileRegexp. Use this if you want to return only files where the file name matches a defined pattern (eg only .txt files:
open, etc) supports additional logic with dynamically guessing the correct data type to assign to STDOUT where the
Content-Typehasn’t been mapped. Any
+jsonsuffix will be assumed to be
getfileoutput has been revamped. If STDOUT is a TTY then you’ll now see a progress bar
.tfstate(Terraform state files) have been added to supported JSON extensions
~/.ssh/confighosts have been added to SSH (et al)’s autocomplete suggestions
murex-package: reloadnow only reloads packages, not
Non-user facing changes (internal changes to the murex code base):
open, etc) wasn’t breaking down the
Content-Typeheader correctly. This only affected unknown MIME types where murex had to guess the correct data type to assign to STDOUT. This is an edge case bug.
while, when used without a separate parameter for the conditional logic, was buffering the STDOUT for each loop and outputting it after that iteration had ended.
whilenow uses a “tee” stdio writer which means it can stream STDOUT while the iteration is in progress Synonyms:
Published: 26.02.2022 at 18:33
autocomplete: Set definitions for tab-completion in the command line
config: Query or define murex runtime settings
select: Inlining SQL into shell pipelines
while: Loop until condition false
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