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clufter-cmd-wrap: cmd-wrap

NAME

clufter - cmd-wrap

SYNOPSIS

clufter [<global option> ...] cmd-wrap [<cmd option ...>]

DESCRIPTION

Wrap long lines carrying (fairly) convoluted shell commands

OPTIONS

-h, --help
show help message and exit
-H, --help-full
full help message and exit
Command options:
-i INPUT, --input=INPUT
lines carrying moderately convoluted shell commands [-]
-o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT
(hopefully) the same content fitting the text width [-]
-t TEXT_WIDTH, --text-width=TEXT_WIDTH
for commands rewrapping (0/-1/neg. ~ auto/disable/hi-limit) [0]
--noop=NOOP
(Advanced) debug only: NOOPize filter (2+: repeat) [none out of cmd-wrap]
--dump=DUMP
(Advanced) debug only: dump (intermediate) output of the filter (2+: repeat) [none out of cmd-wrap, ANY]
Common options:
Either in global (before <cmd>) or command scope (after <cmd>).
--sys=SYS
(Advanced) override autodetected system [linux]
--dist=DIST
override target distro (for SYS=linux; see --list-dists) [centos,7.2.1511,Core]
-q, --quiet
refrain from unnecesary messages (usually on stderr)
--color=[WHEN]
colorize messages if available [auto out of auto, never, always]
-d, --debug
shortcut for --loglevel=DEBUG
--logfile=FILE
specify log file (instead of stderr)
--loglevel=LEVEL
specify log level [WARNING out of NOTSET, DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR, CRITICAL]

Arguments to value-based `command options' can go without labels when the order wrt. parsing logic respected; skipping those backed by default values otherwise requiring specification then allowed by syntactic sugar: all can be passed as a single, first, ::-delimited argument; magic files: `-', `@DIGIT+'. `{formula}' in output file spec: input-backed (e.g. hash) substitution recipe. All available commands listed as `clufter --list'.

AUTHOR

Written by Jan Pokorný <jpokorny+pkg-clufter [at] redhat.com> and plugin authors.

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=Red%20Hat%20Enterprise%20Linux%207&component=clufter>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2016 Red Hat, Inc. Licensed under GPLv2+.