io 0.3.1

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Contains utilities for the Dart VM's dart:io.

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Contributing #

NOTE: Due to the changing nature of the Dart SDK (towards 2.0.0), running dartfmt requires the local executable:

$ pub run dart_style:format

Usage - io.dart #

Files #

isExecutable

Returns whether a provided file path is considered executable on the host operating system.

Processes #

ExitCode

An enum-like class that contains known exit codes.

ProcessManager

A higher-level service for spawning and communicating with processes.

Use spawn to create a process with std[in|out|err] forwarded by default
/// Runs `dartfmt` commands and `pub publish`.
Future<Null> main() async {
  final manager = new ProcessManager();
  
  // Runs dartfmt --version and outputs the result via stdout.
  print('Running dartfmt --version');
  var spawn = await manager.spawn('dartfmt', ['--version']);
  await spawn.exitCode;
  
  // Runs dartfmt -n . and outputs the result via stdout.
  print('Running dartfmt -n .');
  spawn = await manager.spawn('dartfmt', ['-n', '.']);
  await spawn.exitCode;
  
  // Runs pub publish. Upon hitting a blocking stdin state, you may directly
  // output to the processes's stdin via your own, similar to how a bash or
  // shell script would spawn a process.
  print('Running pub publish');
  spawn = await manager.spawn('pub', ['publish']);
  await spawn.exitCode;
  
  // Closes stdin for the entire program.
  await sharedStdIn.terminate();
}

sharedStdIn

A safer version of the default stdin stream from dart:io that allows a subscriber to cancel their subscription, and then allows a new subscriber to start listening. This differs from the default behavior where only a single listener is ever allowed in the application lifecycle:

test('should allow multiple subscribers', () async {
  final logs = <String>[];
  final asUtf8 = sharedStdIn.transform(UTF8.decoder);
  // Wait for input for the user.
  logs.add(await asUtf8.first);
  // Wait for more input for the user.
  logs.add(await asUtf8.first);
  expect(logs, ['Hello World', 'Goodbye World']);
});

For testing, an instance of SharedStdIn may be created directly.

Usage - ansi.dart #

import 'dart:io' as io;
import 'package:io/ansi.dart';

void main() {
  // To use one style, call the `wrap` method on one of the provided top-level
  // values.
  io.stderr.writeln(red.wrap("Bad error!"));

  // To use multiple styles, call `wrapWith`.
  print(wrapWith('** Important **', [red, styleBold, styleUnderlined]));

  // The wrap functions will simply return the provided value unchanged if
  // `ansiOutputEnabled` is false.
  //
  // You can override the value `ansiOutputEnabled` by wrapping code in
  // `overrideAnsiOutput`.
  overrideAnsiOutput(false, () {
    assert('Normal text' == green.wrap('Normal text'));
  });
}

0.3.1 #

  • Added SharedStdIn.nextLine (similar to readLineSync) and lines:
main() async {
  // Prints the first line entered on stdin.
  print(await sharedStdIn.nextLine());
  
  // Prints all remaining lines.
  await for (final line in sharedStdIn.lines) {
    print(line);
  }
}
  • Added a copyPath and copyPathSync function, similar to cp -R.

  • Added a dependency on package:path.

  • Added the remaining missing arguments to ProcessManager.spawnX which forward to Process.start. It is now an interchangeable function for running a process.

0.3.0 #

  • BREAKING CHANGE: The arguments argument to ProcessManager.spawn is now positional (not named) and required. This makes it more similar to the built-in Process.start, and easier to use as a drop in replacement:
main() {
  processManager.spawn('dart', ['--version']);
}
  • Fixed a bug where processes created from ProcessManager.spawn could not have their stdout/stderr read through their respective getters (a runtime error was always thrown).

  • Added ProcessMangaer#spawnBackground, which does not forward stdin.

  • Added ProcessManager#spawnDetached, which does not forward any I/O.

  • Added the shellSplit() function, which parses a list of arguments in the same manner as the POSIX shell.

0.2.0 #

  • Initial commit of...
    • FutureOr<bool> String isExecutable(path).
    • ExitCode
    • ProcessManager and Spawn
    • sharedStdIn and SharedStdIn
    • ansi.dart library with support for formatting terminal output

Use this package as a library

1. Depend on it

Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:


dependencies:
  io: ^0.3.1

2. Install it

You can install packages from the command line:

with pub:


$ pub get

Alternatively, your editor might support pub get. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

3. Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:


import 'package:io/io.dart';
  
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The SDK constraint in pubspec.yaml doesn't allow the Dart 2.0.0 release. For information about upgrading it to be Dart 2 compatible, please see https://dart.dev/dart-2#migration.

Dependencies

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Dart SDK >=1.22.0 <2.0.0