class WootCommands

  1. master tests/resources/modules/d6/woot/Command/WootCommands.php WootCommands
  2. master tests/resources/modules/d7/woot/Command/WootCommands.php WootCommands
  3. master tests/resources/modules/d8/woot/src/Command/WootCommands.php WootCommands

For commands that are parts of modules, Drush expects to find commandfiles in __MODULE__/src/Command, and the namespace is Drupal/__MODULE__/Command.




Expanded class hierarchy of WootCommands


Contains filters are case sensitive
Namesort descending Modifiers Type Description
WootCommands::myCat public function This is the my-cat command
WootCommands::tryFormatters public function Demonstrate formatters. Default format is 'table'.
WootCommands::woot public function Woot mightily.


tests/resources/modules/d8/woot/src/Command/WootCommands.php, line 10

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class WootCommands {
   * Woot mightily.
   * @command woot
   * @aliases wt
  public function woot() {
    return 'Woot!';

   * This is the my-cat command
   * This command will concatinate two parameters. If the --flip flag
   * is provided, then the result is the concatination of two and one.
   * @command my-cat
   * @param string $one The first parameter.
   * @param string $two The other parameter.
   * @option boolean $flip Whether or not the second parameter should come first in the result.
   * @aliases c
   * @usage bet alpha --flip
   *   Concatinate "alpha" and "bet".
  public function myCat($one, $two = '', $options =['flip' false]) {
    if ($options['flip']) {
      return "{$two}{$one}";
    return "{$one}{$two}";

   * Demonstrate formatters.  Default format is 'table'.
   * @command try:formatters
   * @field-labels
   *   first: I
   *   second: II
   *   third: III
   * @usage try:formatters --format=yaml
   * @usage try:formatters --format=csv
   * @usage try:formatters --fields=first,third
   * @usage try:formatters --fields=III,II
   * @return \Consolidation\OutputFormatters\StructuredData\RowsOfFields
  public function tryFormatters($options =['format' 'table' 'fields' '']) {
    $outputData =['en'['first' 'One' 'second' 'Two' 'third' 'Three'] 'de'['first' 'Eins' 'second' 'Zwei' 'third' 'Drei'] 'jp'['first' 'Ichi' 'second' 'Ni' 'third' 'San'] 'es'['first' 'Uno' 'second' 'Dos' 'third' 'Tres']];
    return new RowsOfFields($outputData);