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Guild commands must be executed on a command line. If you’re unfamiliar with running commands on your system, refer to Getting to Know the Command Line for a primer.
At a command line, run a Guild command using this convention:
COMMAND is one of the commands above. For a list of commands,
refer to this page or run
guild --help on the command line. For
more information on getting see Command help below.
All Guild commands run in the foreground and terminate when the
command succeeds or an error occurs. You can stop a command at any
time by typing
CTRL-c (i.e. hold down the control
key for your system and press
Commands accept options, which may be provided as command line
arguments in the format
--OPTION [VALUE] or
OPTION is the full name of the option and
OPTION_CHAR is the single character option shortcut.
VALUE may be
required, optional, or considered invalid depending on the specific
Options for each command are printed when you run
--help. They are also listed and described in more details in this
Running commands in a separate console
There are some commands that will not terminate until you explicitly stop them:
To run another command while one of these is still running, run the new command in a separate console. There are various strategies for managing separate consoles:
- Open another console/terminal
- Use a console/terminal application that supports multiple tabs
- Use an integrated developer environment (IDE) that supports running commands in different terminals
- Use a multiplexer like tmux (advanced)
The Guild CLI provides two levels of help:
- General help
- Command specific help
General help is available by running:
This will print Guild’s global options as well as available commands.
Global options may be specified for any command but must be specified before the command.
Command help is available by running:
guild COMMAND --help
This will print details about what the command does and how it can be configured including details about its options.