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package sh

import ""


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cmd.go helpers.go

func CmdRan Uses

func CmdRan(err error) bool

CmdRan examines the error to determine if it was generated as a result of a command running via os/exec.Command. If the error is nil, or the command ran (even if it exited with a non-zero exit code), CmdRan reports true. If the error is an unrecognized type, or it is an error from exec.Command that says the command failed to run (usually due to the command not existing or not being executable), it reports false.

func Copy Uses

func Copy(dst string, src string) error

Copy robustly copies the source file to the destination, overwriting the destination if necessary.

func Exec Uses

func Exec(env map[string]string, stdout, stderr io.Writer, cmd string, args ...string) (ran bool, err error)

Exec executes the command, piping its stderr to mage's stderr and piping its stdout to the given writer. If the command fails, it will return an error that, if returned from a target or mg.Deps call, will cause mage to exit with the same code as the command failed with. Env is a list of environment variables to set when running the command, these override the current environment variables set (which are also passed to the command). cmd and args may include references to environment variables in $FOO format, in which case these will be expanded before the command is run.

Ran reports if the command ran (rather than was not found or not executable). Code reports the exit code the command returned if it ran. If err == nil, ran is always true and code is always 0.

func ExitStatus Uses

func ExitStatus(err error) int

ExitStatus returns the exit status of the error if it is an exec.ExitError or if it implements ExitStatus() int. 0 if it is nil or 1 if it is a different error.

func OutCmd Uses

func OutCmd(cmd string, args ...string) func(args ...string) (string, error)

OutCmd is like RunCmd except the command returns the output of the command.

func Output Uses

func Output(cmd string, args ...string) (string, error)

Output runs the command and returns the text from stdout.

func OutputWith Uses

func OutputWith(env map[string]string, cmd string, args ...string) (string, error)

OutputWith is like RunWith, but returns what is written to stdout.

func Rm Uses

func Rm(path string) error

Rm removes the given file or directory even if non-empty. It will not return an error if the target doesn't exist, only if the target cannot be removed.

func Run Uses

func Run(cmd string, args ...string) error

Run is like RunWith, but doesn't specify any environment variables.

func RunCmd Uses

func RunCmd(cmd string, args ...string) func(args ...string) error

RunCmd returns a function that will call Run with the given command. This is useful for creating command aliases to make your scripts easier to read, like this:

 // in a helper file somewhere
 var g0 = sh.RunCmd("go")  // go is a keyword :(

 // somewhere in your main code
	if err := g0("install", ""); err != nil {
		return err

Args passed to command get baked in as args to the command when you run it. Any args passed in when you run the returned function will be appended to the original args. For example, this is equivalent to the above:

var goInstall = sh.RunCmd("go", "install") goInstall("")

RunCmd uses Exec underneath, so see those docs for more details.

func RunV Uses

func RunV(cmd string, args ...string) error

RunV is like Run, but always sends the command's stdout to os.Stdout.

func RunWith Uses

func RunWith(env map[string]string, cmd string, args ...string) error

RunWith runs the given command, directing stderr to this program's stderr and printing stdout to stdout if mage was run with -v. It adds adds env to the environment variables for the command being run. Environment variables should be in the format name=value.

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