Talk:CLI Reference

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should we add that Csend will add make it's own message to the recipient if it is not given?--Icon315 21:47, 21 April 2010 (UTC)

That's the kind of detail that should go on it's own page if the command is important enough to get its own page. --Bale 01:03, 22 April 2010 (UTC)

I agree with Bale. My thoughts so far on CLI commands;

  • Obvious stuff that anyone can figure out by looking at this table doesn't warrant it's own page.
  • Stuff that behaves exactly the same as an ASH command should probably say so and link to the function page
    • If it isn't exactly the same, but close enough that a line or two of explanation will clarify the difference, still link to the function but edit the function's CLI section to explain the difference.
    • Said functions don't need their own pages
  • Stuff that has a similar or identically named ASH function, but behaves significantly differently on the CLI, should have it's own page (with the command as a link).
    • If the command names are the same, the cli command should be "command (CLI)" (ie "eat (CLI)", if eat needed its own page)
    • If the command has no ASH function with the same name, the "(CLI)" part can be omitted (we can always move a page later if an ASH equiv. is added)
  • Create page names with alphanumeric characters when at all possible. Ie don't use "!" but rather "bang"

All additional thoughts on this are welcome. --StDoodle (#1059825) 03:17, 22 April 2010 (UTC)

My thought is that you've covered everything perfectly. This should be our bible for CLI pages. --Bale 03:38, 22 April 2010 (UTC)

Bale recently explained a limitation with the acquire command that I was previously unaware of in this thread. Perhaps acquire needs it's own page to account for this information? --That FN Ninja 16:10, 15 July 2010 (UTC)

  • This is not a CLI issue. The exact same issue affects retrieve_item(). It should probably be mentioned on that page. --Bale 20:37, 15 July 2010 (UTC)


You can't simply copypasta stuff into these wiki tables; remember, the pipe character (|) is treated special in templates! Use {{!}} instead, or <nowiki>Stuff</nowiki> tags. (P.S. You should see the source for this fyi...) This, by the way, is the reason a lot of parameter options appear to be missing. --StDoodle (#1059825) 03:26, 22 April 2010 (UTC)

Ugh, what a mess. Sometimes, {{!}} results in a <pre> tag or something inside of wiki tables. On the other hand, similar FUBARS happen when using &#124; outside of tables on a wiki. Long story short; inside of a table, use &#124; for | and outside of a table use {{!}}. Messy enough for you? --StDoodle (#1059825) 03:59, 2 May 2010 (UTC)


While used intrinsically in the ASH examples, it seems that nowhere is it stated explicitly that to remark a line in either a CLI or ASH script to preface it with // Stanley 14:28, 3 April 2011 (UTC)

Seriously? (this is a link. Click it!) --Heeheehee 21:19, 3 April 2011 (UTC)