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wp-cli

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Node Wrapper for Wordpress CLI

Useful for managing local Wordpress installs via node. All functionality matches the wp-cli API.

NPM

Install

You must install wp-cli for this plugin to work. Please refer to http://wp-cli.org/ for information on getting started.

$ npm install --save wp-cli

Usage

var WP = require('wp-cli');
WP.discover({path:'/path/to/install'},function(WP){
    WP.cli.info(function(err,info){ //get CLI info 
        console.log(info);
    });
    WP.comment.list(function(err,comments){ //list comments 
        console.log(comments);
    });
    WP.post.get(1,function(err,comment){ //get post detail 
        console.log(comment);
    });
    WP.core.update(function(err,result){ //updates wordpress install 
        console.log(result);
    });
});

API

WP.discover(options,callback)

Alias: WP.load

Options mirror WP-CLI configuration. Refer to http://wp-cli.org/config/ for more information.

options.path

Type: String Default: '.'

The wordpress install location.

options.url

Type: String
Default: null

Note this is for spoofing a URL, this is not for remote management. If you're interested in remote management, I suggest you push the feature request with the authors of http://wp-cli.org/.

options.user

Type: Object or String
Default: 'null'

Pass either a username:password or username|password combination as a String, or an object of the form {username:"name",password:"pass"}.

options.require

Type: Array
Default: []

Load PHP file(s) before running the command.

callback

Required Type: Function

Callback that is passed a WP instance. This instance has config options bound to it if you want to manage more than one wordpress install at a time.

WP.<command...>

The wordpress cli options are pulled from http://wp-cli.org/commands/cli/cmd-dump/.

All commands take the form

WP.<command...>([arguments],[options],callback);

Where arguments is an optional argument or array of arguments and options is an optional object of flags and values.

Example

var WP = require('wp-cli');
WP.discover(function(WP){
    WP.scaffold.plugin("my-plugin",{plugin_name:"Hello Node WP"},function(err,result){ // creates a new plugin 
        console.log(result);
    });
});

Refer to http://wp-cli.org/commands/ for a detailed list of commands and options.

Most commands work with the exception of commands that are interactive prompts or commands that utilize stdin streams. These commands will be supported in future releases using spawn objects.

License

MIT