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       anyconfig_cli - manual page for anyconfig_cli 0.9.5

       anyconfig_cli  [Options...]  CONF_PATH_OR_PATTERN_0  [CONF_PATH_OR_PAT-
       TERN_1 ..]

	      show program's version number and	exit

       -h, --help
	      show this	help message and exit

       -L, --list
	      List supported config types

       -o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT
	      Output file path

       -I ITYPE, --itype=ITYPE
	      Select type of Input config files	from ini, json,	xml, yaml [Au-
	      tomatically detected by file ext]

       -O OTYPE, --otype=OTYPE
	      Select type of Output config files from ini, json, xml, yaml and
	      so on [Automatically detected by file ext]

       -M MERGE, --merge=MERGE
	      Select strategy to merge multiple	configs	 from  replace,	 nore-
	      place, merge_dicts, merge_dicts_and_lists	[merge_dicts]

       -A ARGS,	--args=ARGS
	      Argument configs to override

	      Explicitly  select type of argument to provide configs from ini,
	      json, xml, yaml and so on. If this option	is not	set,  original
	      parser  is  used:	 'K:V' will become {K: V}, 'K:V_0,V_1,..' will
	      become {K: [V_0, V_1, ...]}, and 'K_0:V_0;K_1:V_1'  will	become
	      {K_0:  V_0,  K_1:	V_1} (where the	tyep of	K is str, type of V is
	      one of Int, str, etc.

	      Specify JMESPath expression to query part	of config,  for	 exam-
	      ple, if a	config {'a': {'b': {'c': 0, 'd': [1, 2,	3]}}} '--query
	      a.b.d[0]'	gives 1	and '--query a.b' gives	{'c': 0, 'd':  [1,  2,
	      3]}.   --get=GET Specify key path	to get part of config, for ex-
	      ample, if	a config {'a': {'b': {'c': 0, 'd': 1}}}	'--get	a.b.c'
	      gives 0 and '--get a.b' gives {'c': 0, 'd': 1}.  --set=GET Spec-
	      ify key path to set (update) part	of config, for example,	'--set
	      a.b.c=1'	to a config {'a': {'b':	{'c': 0, 'd': 1}}} gives {'a':
	      {'b': {'c': 1, 'd': 1}}}.

       -x, --ignore-missing
	      Ignore missing input files

       -T, --template
	      Enable support to	load jinja2 based template configuration files

       -E, --env
	      Load configuration defaults from environment values

       -S SCHEMA, --schema=SCHEMA
	      Specify Schema file[s] path

	      Only validate input files	and do not output.  You	 must  specify
	      schema file with -S/--schema option.

	      Generate JSON schema for givne config file[s] and	output it.

       -s, --silent
	      Silent or	quiet mode

       -q, --quiet
	      Same as --silent option

       -v, --verbose
	      Verbose mode

       List supported configuration types.

	   anyconfig_cli --list

       Load  a	YAML  config  /etc/xyz/conf.d/a.conf and dump parsed result to
       stdout in JSON format by	specifying input and  output  formats  explic-

	   anyconfig_cli -I yaml -O json /etc/xyz/conf.d/a.conf

       Similar to the previous example but inputs may be multiple files	as the
       input is	glob pattern.

	   anyconfig_cli -I yaml '/etc/xyz/conf.d/*.conf' -o xyz.conf  --otype

       Similar	to  the	 previous  example  but	 configuration specified w/ -A
       (--args)	option added.

	   anyconfig_cli '/etc/xyz/conf.d/*.json' -o xyz.yml --atype  json  -A
       '{"obsoletes": "sysdata", "conflicts": "sysdata-old"}'

       Same as the previous example.

	   anyconfig_cli '/etc/xyz/conf.d/*.json' -o xyz.yml -A	obsoletes:sys-

       Load multiple JSON files	with merge strategy 'noreplace'.

	   anyconfig_cli -O json '/etc/foo.d/*.json' -M	noreplace

       Get the part of input configuration files.

	   anyconfig_cli '/etc/foo.d/*.json' --get a.b.c

       Set the part of input configuration files.

	   anyconfig_cli '/etc/foo.d/*.json' --set a.b.c=1

       Validate	input configuration files with JSON schema.

	   anyconfig_cli --validate -S foo.conf.schema.yml '/etc/foo.d/*.xml'

       Generate	JSON schema for	input configuration files.

	   anyconfig_cli       --gen-schema	  '/etc/foo.d/*.xml'	    -o

       Load environment	variables and output it	as JSON	data.

	   anyconfig_cli --env -O json

	1. python-anyconfig (anyconfig_cli) home page

	2. python-anyconfig (anyconfig_cli) Online Doc

anyconfig_cli 0.9.5		   June	2018		      ANYCONFIG_CLI(1)


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