Bug #3716

Allow runtime args when incoking interactive shell

Added by Stavros Sachtouris about 11 years ago. Updated about 11 years ago.

Status:Closed Start date:05/10/2013
Priority:Medium Due date:
Assignee:Stavros Sachtouris % Done:

100%

Category:kamaki Spent time: 3.00 hours
Target version:v0.9 Estimated time:3.00 hours

Description

Now: kamaki -XXX will load kamaki, but also transfer all -XXX args to each command executed inside the shell

Desired: kamaki -XXX will pass there arguments to atomic shell commands in a way that they will be understood by them as runtime args

E.g.: kamaki -d will load a shell where all commands will be executed with a -d argument, therefore they will display their respective debug info


Related issues

related to ./kamaki - Bug #3736: Shell lost the correct command syntac for 2nd level commands Closed 05/15/2013 05/16/2013

Associated revisions

Revision e3c2c890
Added by Stavros Sachtouris about 11 years ago

Allow runtime args when invoking interactive shell

Refs: #3716

Behavior After This:
kamaki -XXX -YY ... parses -XXX -YY
If not recognized: syntax error
If recognized, group them into shell args (e.g. -h) and command args (e.g. -d)
Whenever a command is run in this shell instance, apply the command args

Practically, users may pass the -d or -v args to the shell and enjoy streaming
debug or verbosity logs, without having to pass -d or -v args on each command

History

#1 Updated by Stavros Sachtouris about 11 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Resolved
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Implemented as described.

Just to clarify: if an argument is not a legal global argument, kamaki will fail. E.g. kamaki -INVALIDARG will return a usage message

#2 Updated by Stavros Sachtouris about 11 years ago

  • Status changed from Resolved to Closed
  • Estimated time set to 3.00

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