Class: Gitlab::CLI

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Extended by:
Helpers
Defined in:
lib/gitlab/cli.rb,
lib/gitlab/cli_helpers.rb

Defined Under Namespace

Modules: Helpers

Class Method Summary collapse

Methods included from Helpers

actions, client, confirm_command, excluded_fields, filtered_fields, get_keys, gitlab_helper, help, hex_color?, method_owners, output_json, output_table, record_hash, record_table, required_fields, symbolize_keys, valid_command?, yaml_load

Class Method Details

.render_output(cmd, args, data) ⇒ nil

Helper method that checks whether we want to get the output as json


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# File 'lib/gitlab/cli.rb', line 81

def self.render_output(cmd, args, data)
  if @json_output
    output_json(cmd, args, data)
  else
    output_table(cmd, args, data)
  end
end

.run(cmd, args = []) ⇒ nil

Processes a CLI command and outputs a result to the stream (stdout).

Examples:

Gitlab::CLI.run('help')
Gitlab::CLI.run('help', ['issues'])

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# File 'lib/gitlab/cli.rb', line 36

def self.run(cmd, args = [])
  case cmd
  when 'help'
    puts help(args.shift) { |out| out.gsub!(/Gitlab\./, 'gitlab ') }
  when 'info'
    endpoint = Gitlab.endpoint || 'not set'
    private_token = Gitlab.private_token || 'not set'
    puts "Gitlab endpoint is #{endpoint}"
    puts "Gitlab private token is #{private_token}"
    puts "Ruby Version is #{RUBY_VERSION}"
    puts "Gitlab Ruby Gem #{Gitlab::VERSION}"
  when '-v', '--version'
    puts "Gitlab Ruby Gem #{Gitlab::VERSION}"
  when 'shell'
    Gitlab::Shell.start
  else
    if args.include? '--json'
      @json_output = true
      args.delete '--json'
    end

    unless valid_command?(cmd)
      puts 'Unknown command. Run `gitlab help` for a list of available commands.'
      exit(1)
    end

    command_args = args.any? && args.last.start_with?('--only=', '--except=') ? args[0..-2] : args

    begin
      command_args.map! { |arg| symbolize_keys(yaml_load(arg)) }
    rescue StandardError => e
      puts e.message
      exit 1
    end

    confirm_command(cmd)

    data = gitlab_helper(cmd, command_args) { exit(1) }

    render_output(cmd, args, data)
  end
end

.start(args) ⇒ Object

Starts a new CLI session.

Examples:

Gitlab::CLI.start(['help'])
Gitlab::CLI.start(['help', 'issues'])

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# File 'lib/gitlab/cli.rb', line 18

def self.start(args)
  command = begin
              args.shift.strip
            rescue StandardError
              'help'
            end
  run(command, args)
end