poly
Search…
Parameters
There are a few parameters that are added to simplify the work with the Polylith codebase itself, which is the reason they are not included when executing the help command. What they have in common is that they are all used to control the output of the different poly commands.

compact

The output from the libs and deps commands can output a more compact format if we set "libs" and/or "deps" for the key :compact-views in workspace.edn. Another way is to pass in :compact:
  • poly libs :compact
  • poly deps :compact

fake-sha

This parameter can be passed in to fake a sha when executing the info command, which is used when taking the screenshots used by this documentation.
poly info fake-sha:c91fdad

no-changes

This parameter can be used to fake that no changes have been made since the last stable point in time, and can be used when we want to take a screenshot of the info command without getting the * characters.
  • poly diff :no-changes Returns no rows.
  • poly info :no-changes Gets rid of the * characters.

no-exit

When the poly command is executed, it exits with System/exit internally, see the poly-cli base. If executing the poly tool from a REPL, this will also exit the REPL. To avoid that, we can pass in :no-exit.
If we execute poly info :no-exit we have to press +C to exit, which is not so useful!

replace

This parameter is used to manipulate the output of the ws command. When we execute poly ws get:settings:user-home it will return something like "/Users/joakimtengstrand". We can tell the ws command to search for strings (using regular expressions) and replace the occurrences with another string, e.g.:
  • poly ws get:settings:user-home replace:$HOME:MY-HOME Outputs "MY-HOME".
  • poly ws get:settings:user-config-filename replace:$HOME:MY-HOME Outputs "MY-HOME/.polylith/config.edn".
  • poly ws get:settings:user-config-filename replace:$HOME:MY-HOME:config.edn:USER-CONFIG Outputs "MY-HOME/.polylith/USER-CONFIG".
  • poly ws get:settings:vcs:stable-since:sha replace:"[0-9]+":"*" Outputs "dfcbeffdefdcfc*be".
    Here we need to surround the regular expressions with "" for the terminal to ignore the special characters.
Last modified 2mo ago
Copy link