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    pfraze-lev

    3.3.1 • Public • Published

    STATUS

    Join the chat at https://gitter.im/hij1nx/lev BETA

    SYNOPSIS

    A simple and convenient commandline tool and REPL for leveldb.

    FEATURES

    • REPL with colorized tab-completion and zsh/fish style key suggestions
    • REPL automatically saves and reloads REPL history

    SCREENSHOT

    screenshot

    REPL COMMANDS

    Use upper or lower case for the following commands.

    GET <key>

    Get a key from the database.

    PUT <key> <value>

    Put a value into the database. If you have keyEncoding or valueEncoding set to json, these values will be parsed from strings into json.

    DEL <key>

    Delete a key from the database.

    LS [sublevel]

    Get all the keys or values in the current range.

    Opts:

    • [sublevel] A sublevel filter, eg ls users
    • -v/--values Include values
    • -s/--select <attr> Filter attributes down to given attribute(s). Can be used more than once. Eg: ls -s username -s email
    • -f/--filter <attr>=<value> Filter entries down to given attribute=value match(es). Can be used more than once. Eg ls -f username=bob -f email=bob@gmail.com

    START <key-pattern>

    Defines the start of the current range. You can also use GT or GTE.

    END <key-pattern>

    Defines the end of the current range. You can also use LT or LTE.

    SUB <name>

    Sugar to set START and END to the pattern for the given sub-level.

    SUBS

    Tries to guess the full listing of sub-levels in the DB.

    LIMIT <number>

    Limit the number of records in the current range (defaults to 5000).

    REVERSE

    Reverse the records in the current range.

    CLI COMMANDS

    These all match the parameters used with levelup. The default encoding for the database is set to json.

    --start <key-pattern>

    Specify the start of the current range. You can also use gt or gte.

    --end <key-pattern>

    Specify the end of the current range. You can also use lt and lte.

    --values

    Only list the all of the values in the current range. Emit as a new-line delimited stream of json.

    --keys

    Only list all of the keys in the current range. Will tabularize the output.

    --keyEncoding <string>

    Specify the encoding for the keys.

    --valueEncoding <string>

    Specify the encoding for the values.

    --limit <number>

    Limit the number of records emitted in the current range.

    --reverse

    Reverse the stream.

    Install

    npm i pfraze-lev

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    2

    Version

    3.3.1

    License

    MIT

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