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|Method||get_host_and_port||Return the host and port to run the smart server on.|
|Method||run||Actually run the command.|
Inherited from Command:
|Method||__init__||Construct an instance of this command.|
|Method||add_cleanup||Register a function to call after self.run returns or raises.|
|Method||cleanup_now||Execute and empty pending cleanup functions immediately.|
|Method||get_help_text||Return a text string with help for this command.|
|Method||get_help_topic||Return the commands help topic - its name.|
|Method||get_see_also||Return a list of help topics that are related to this command.|
|Method||options||Return dict of valid options for this command.|
|Method||run_argv_aliases||Parse the command line and run with extra aliases in alias_argv.|
|Method||help||Return help message for this class.|
|Method||gettext||Returns the gettext function used to translate this command's help.|
|Method||name||Return the canonical name for this command.|
|Method||plugin_name||Get the name of the plugin that provides this command.|
|Method||_usage||Return single-line grammar for this command.|
|Static Method||_get_help_parts||Split help text into a summary and named sections.|
|Method||_setup_outf||Return a file linked to stdout, which has proper encoding.|
|Method||_setup_run||Wrap the defined run method on self with a cleanup.|
If 'port' is None, None will be returned for the host and port.
If 'port' has a colon in it, the string before the colon will be interpreted as the host.
|Parameters||port||A string of the port to run the server on.|
|Returns||A tuple of (host, port), where 'host' is a host name or IP, and port is an integer TCP/IP port.|
Actually run the command.
This is invoked with the options and arguments bound to keyword parameters.
Return 0 or None if the command was successful, or a non-zero shell error code if not. It's OK for this method to allow an exception to raise up.
This method is automatically wrapped by Command.__init__ with a cleanup operation, stored as self._operation. This can be used via self.add_cleanup to perform automatic cleanups at the end of run().
The argument for run are assembled by introspection. So for instance, if your command takes an argument files, you would declare:
def run(self, files=None): pass