Clk Python Customcommandfleeting
To do so, simply run the command:
clk customcommand create python mycommand
Your editor will open with the new command to be written, pre-filled with a default template.
At the end of the command, see the python code of the function of the commands? It should look like this.
@command() def mycommand(): "Description"
The only limitation is that this command should have the name of the module that contains it. In that case, it is called mycommand.
This is a standard click command, so please take a look at click for more detail.
Say we want to make a command that makes an animal say hello.
First install the cowsay package.
python3 -m pip install cowsay
Then use it to create your command.
import cowsay @command() @argument("content", help="The content to display") @option("--who", type=click.Choice(cowsay.char_names), help="Who says") def mycommand(content, who): "Praise someone for good services" who = ( getattr(cowsay, who) if who else print ) who(content)
Then save the file and see the result
clk mycommand test --who cow
____ | test | ==== \ \ ^__^ (oo)\_______ (__)\ )\/\ ||----w | || ||