var OptionCidBase = cmds.StringOption("cid-base", "Multibase encoding used for version 1 CIDs in output.")
var OptionUpgradeCidV0InOutput = cmds.BoolOption("upgrade-cidv0-in-output", "Upgrade version 0 to version 1 CIDs in output.")
CidBaseDefined returns true if the `cid-base` option is specified on the command line
CidEncoderFromPath creates a new encoder that is influenced from the encoded Cid in a Path. For CidV0 the multibase from the base encoder is used and automatic upgrades are disabled. For CidV1 the multibase from the CID is used and upgrades are enabled.
This logic is intentionally fuzzy and will match anything of the form `CidLike`, `CidLike/...`, or `/namespace/CidLike/...`.
* Qm... * Qm.../... * /ipfs/Qm... * /ipns/bafybeiahnxfi7fpmr5wtxs2imx4abnyn7fdxeiox7xxjem6zuiioqkh6zi/... * /bzz/bafybeiahnxfi7fpmr5wtxs2imx4abnyn7fdxeiox7xxjem6zuiioqkh6zi/...
GetApi extracts CoreAPI instance from the environment.
GetCidEncoder processes the `cid-base` and `output-cidv1` options and returns a encoder to use based on those parameters.
GetConfig extracts the config from the environment.
GetConfigRoot extracts the config root from the environment
GetFileArg returns the next file from the directory or an error
GetLowLevelCidEncoder is like GetCidEncoder but meant to be used by lower level commands. It differs from GetCidEncoder in that CIDv0 are not, by default, auto-upgraded to CIDv1.
GetNode extracts the node from the environment.