These pages document the public API for
cmd2. If a method, class, function,
attribute, or constant is not documented here, consider it private and subject
to change. There are many classes, methods, functions, and constants in the
source code which do not begin with an underscore but are not documented here.
When looking at the source code for this library, you cannot safely assume
that because something doesn’t start with an underscore, it is a public API.
If a release of this library changes any of the items documented here, the version number will be incremented according to the Semantic Version Specification.
This documentation is for
cmd2 version 2.3.2.
- cmd2.Cmd - functions and attributes of the main class in this library
- cmd2.ansi - convenience classes and functions for generating ANSI escape sequences to style text in the terminal
- cmd2.argparse_completer - classes for
argparse-based tab completion
- cmd2.argparse_custom - classes and functions
- cmd2.command_definition - supports the definition of commands in separate classes to be composed into cmd2.Cmd
- cmd2.constants - just like it says on the tin
- cmd2.decorators - decorators for
- cmd2.exceptions - custom
- cmd2.history - classes for storing the history of previously entered commands
- cmd2.parsing - classes for parsing and storing user input
- cmd2.plugin - data classes for hook methods
- cmd2.py_bridge - classes for bridging calls from the embedded python environment to the host app
- cmd2.table_creator - table creation module
- cmd2.utils - various utility classes and functions
- cmd2_ext_test - External test plugin