execxi

Node extension that synchronously executes multiple shell commands in given order and outputs results in real-time!

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ExecXI is a node extension written in C++ to execute shell commands one by one, outputting the command's output to the console in real-time. Optional chained, and unchained ways are present; meaning that you can choose to stop the script after a command fails (chained), or you can continue as if nothing has happened !

Returns exit code of all the commands, and outputs of all the commands. (Be careful of the memory usage.)

Projects that are using this extension:

  • Grunt-WXI-Shell Grunt Plugin: Executing Shell commands synchronously with Grunt!

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Installation

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  • via npm
npm install execxi --save
  • Manually
git clone git://github.com/aponxi/npm-execxi.git
make

Usage

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var execxi = require("execxi");
execxi.executeArray(<Array> Commands[, <Object> Options] )
  • You just supply with one or two arguments. First is the array of commands to run, such as:
[ "ls", "ls -lart"] //as many as you want (I suppose)
  • Second argument is Options, see Options.

  • In the end it outputs a summary to the console, stating how many commands are run, how many passed, how many failed and which ones passed and failed.

  • Returns an array of results:

[
    0: bool, // true if all commands exited with code 0, false if one or more exited with other than 0.

    // here will be information about the commands you have run
    // lets say you wanted to run 10 commands, then 
    // [1] will point to an Array with first command's output and exit code
    // [2] will point to an Array with second command's output and exit code
    // ...
    // ...
    // [n] will point to an Array with nth command's output and exit code
    // As an example let's assume we have one command:

    1 : ["output": Array(), "exit_code": int],

    // As you can see there are two things that we return about the first command
    // "output" and "exit_code"
    //
    // Not available if returnOption is turned off (it is on by default):
    // "output" is an array of the command's output, first line being the 1st key 
    // in the array, second line being the 2nd key in the array... and so on.
    // You can see the example output below in the Example section of this Read Me.
    //
    // "exit_code" is just the exit code of the command that we ran.

    "max": int, // number of commands that you wanted to run
    "ran": int, // number of commands that have been run, or at least tried to run.
    "failed": int, // number of commands that have failed (exited with other than 0)
    "passed": int // number of commands that have passed (exited with 0)
]

If the output's line is more than the maximum bytes, then the rest of the characters will be treated as if it's in the next line. Meaning that you can find a very long line split into two in the output array key. Right now the max char limit is 16384 bytes.

Options

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  • chained: bool

    chained, which is true by default, is an option that can stop running commands after one of them failed. To see if it failed, it checks the exit code of the command that is run.

  • returnOutput: bool

    returnOutput is also true by default. This is what returns the output in an array, parsing them line by line. I supply with this option because sometimes you might run a command that only returns server's IP address or sometimes you can run a command that just outputs very long lines and a very long text. I added the ability to opt out so that when unnecessary you might set it to false.

  • exitSuccess: Array(int[,int, ...])

    exitSuccess is an array that contains a collection of error codes that you deem to be a successful exit. All programs use different exit codes, sometimes they give a warning and exit with 2. In situations like those, I find myself wanting to allow exiting with 2 for that group of commands to be treated as if command was successfully run. This allows the chained commands to continue.

    By default only 0 exit codes are known to be successful runs. If you supply with exitSuccess option you will be overriding that. So, by your definition; a program that fails to run can still be a success.

  • prettyPrint: bool

    prettyPrint is true by default. This gives the console output its color. Sometimes I find that I need to redirect output into a log file, and don't want the ANSI escape characters such as \033[0;32m to appear in the log. This will give you a colorless output in console messages.

  • verbose: bool

    verbose is true by default. It is used for outputting the command's output as well as giving information on the status (such as "Running Command [1/3]"). There may be times when you just want to quietly utilize the shell command's output. Setting this to false will save you from headaches. I usually turn it off when I'm conducting tests, because if I don't, it's a real mess.

Example

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//require the extension/module/wtv
var execxi = require("execxi");

// I just defined some commands here
// These will run for a long time. So you can see that outputs are occurring in real-time.
var long_commands = ["find ~/"];
// These are just some shell scripts that exit with different exit codes
// one exits with 0, other exists with 1, and lastly 2.
var exit_codes = ["./tests/exit_0.sh","./tests/exit_1.sh","./tests/exit_2.sh"];
// this is non existent command to see what happens when it doesn't find the command to run.
// returns 127 exit code.
var non_existent = ["./tests/sadf.sh"];
// this is just a command that echoes one line, 5000 bytes.
var long_text = ["./tests/echo_bytes_5000.sh"];
// some regular commands that run successfully
var regular = Array("ls","echo \"Works\"", "ls -lart");

// I get the commands I want to run to tests_to_run array.
var tests_to_run = Array();
tests_to_run = tests_to_run.concat(regular, exit_codes,non_existent, long_text);

// Right now we have array of 8 commands to run

// lets run in chained mode to observe
var res = execxi.executeArray(tests_to_run);
// lets see what it returns as a result array
console.dir(res);

// lets run without chained mode on, and also observe
var res = execxi.executeArray(tests_to_run, {"chained": false});

// to test returnOutput option:
// var res = execxi.executeArray(tests_to_run, {"chained": false, "returnOutput":false});

// lets see what it returns as a result array
console.dir(res);

// lets only run this one if the previous one had a 100% pass
console.log ("Lets only run this one if the previous one had a 100% pass");
if (res[0]) {
    console.log("everything passed");
    var res = execxi.executeArray(regular, {"chained": false});
    console.dir(res);
} else {
    console.log("Not running this: previous one did not have a 100% pass");
}

Output

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That example outputs something long like this:

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  • Copy/Paste from console:
logan@home:~/projects/npm-execxi$ make test
■ Running Command [ 1/8 ]
----------------------------------------

binding.gyp
build
exec_all.cpp
execxi.sublime-project
execxi.sublime-workspace
Makefile
package.json
README.md
test.html
test.js
test.log
tests

✔ Command [ 1/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 2/8 ]
----------------------------------------

Works

✔ Command [ 2/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 3/8 ]
----------------------------------------

total 272
drwxr-xr-x 30 logan logan  4096 Feb 28 00:02 ..
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan    73 Feb 28 00:16 execxi.sublime-project
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 01:16 .npmignore
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 02:02 .gitignore
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 44835 Feb 28 06:44 execxi.sublime-workspace
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   102 Mar  1 18:21 binding.gyp
drwxrwxr-x  2 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:42 tests
drwxrwxr-x  3 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:50 build
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   837 Mar  1 21:26 package.json
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 13055 Mar  1 22:11 exec_all.cpp
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 24505 Mar  1 22:37 README.md
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 21419 Mar  1 22:41 test.html
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 18778 Mar  1 22:41 test.log
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   180 Mar  1 22:43 Makefile
drwxrwxr-x  5 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:44 .
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan  1780 Mar  1 22:47 test.js
drwxrwxr-x  8 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:47 .git

✔ Command [ 3/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 4/8 ]
----------------------------------------

Exit 0

✔ Command [ 4/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 5/8 ]
----------------------------------------

Exit 1

✗ Command [ 5/8 ] exited with: 1. Stopped at after running command #5.

  ▲ If you would like to continue after a command doesn't exit with code 0, supply "executeArray(<Array> Commands, <bool> Chained)" function with "Chained" = "false" argument.
----------------------------------------

[ false,
  [ output: [ 'binding.gyp',
      'build',
      'exec_all.cpp',
      'execxi.sublime-project',
      'execxi.sublime-workspace',
      'Makefile',
      'package.json',
      'README.md',
      'test.html',
      'test.js',
      'test.log',
      'tests' ],
    exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'Works' ], exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'total 272',
      'drwxr-xr-x 30 logan logan  4096 Feb 28 00:02 ..',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan    73 Feb 28 00:16 execxi.sublime-project',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 01:16 .npmignore',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 02:02 .gitignore',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 44835 Feb 28 06:44 execxi.sublime-workspace',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   102 Mar  1 18:21 binding.gyp',
      'drwxrwxr-x  2 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:42 tests',
      'drwxrwxr-x  3 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:50 build',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   837 Mar  1 21:26 package.json',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 13055 Mar  1 22:11 exec_all.cpp',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 24505 Mar  1 22:37 README.md',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 21419 Mar  1 22:41 test.html',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 18778 Mar  1 22:41 test.log',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   180 Mar  1 22:43 Makefile',
      'drwxrwxr-x  5 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:44 .',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan  1780 Mar  1 22:47 test.js',
      'drwxrwxr-x  8 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:47 .git' ],
    exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'Exit 0' ], exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'Exit 1' ], exit_code: 1 ],
  max: 8,
  ran: 5,
  failed: 1,
  passed: 4 ]

■ Running Command [ 1/8 ]
----------------------------------------

binding.gyp
build
exec_all.cpp
execxi.sublime-project
execxi.sublime-workspace
Makefile
package.json
README.md
test.html
test.js
test.log
tests

✔ Command [ 1/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 2/8 ]
----------------------------------------

Works

✔ Command [ 2/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 3/8 ]
----------------------------------------

total 272
drwxr-xr-x 30 logan logan  4096 Feb 28 00:02 ..
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan    73 Feb 28 00:16 execxi.sublime-project
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 01:16 .npmignore
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 02:02 .gitignore
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 44835 Feb 28 06:44 execxi.sublime-workspace
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   102 Mar  1 18:21 binding.gyp
drwxrwxr-x  2 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:42 tests
drwxrwxr-x  3 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:50 build
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   837 Mar  1 21:26 package.json
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 13055 Mar  1 22:11 exec_all.cpp
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 24505 Mar  1 22:37 README.md
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 21419 Mar  1 22:41 test.html
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 18778 Mar  1 22:41 test.log
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   180 Mar  1 22:43 Makefile
drwxrwxr-x  5 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:44 .
-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan  1780 Mar  1 22:47 test.js
drwxrwxr-x  8 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:47 .git

✔ Command [ 3/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 4/8 ]
----------------------------------------

Exit 0

✔ Command [ 4/8 ] exited with 0.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 5/8 ]
----------------------------------------

Exit 1

▲ Command [ 5/8 ] exited with 1.
----------------------------------------


■ Running Command [ 6/8 ]
----------------------------------------

Exit 2

▲ Command [ 6/8 ] exited with 2.
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■ Running Command [ 7/8 ]
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▲ Command [ 7/8 ] exited with 127.
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■ Running Command [ 8/8 ]
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✔ Command [ 8/8 ] exited with 0.
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-               SUMMARY                -
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  ■ Ran 8/8 commands.

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  ✔ Passed: 5 commands:
  ✔ #1 #2 #3 #4 #8 

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  ✗ Failed: 3 commands:
  ✗ #5 #6 #7 

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[ false,
  [ output: [ 'binding.gyp',
      'build',
      'exec_all.cpp',
      'execxi.sublime-project',
      'execxi.sublime-workspace',
      'Makefile',
      'package.json',
      'README.md',
      'test.html',
      'test.js',
      'test.log',
      'tests' ],
    exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'Works' ], exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'total 272',
      'drwxr-xr-x 30 logan logan  4096 Feb 28 00:02 ..',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan    73 Feb 28 00:16 execxi.sublime-project',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 01:16 .npmignore',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   154 Feb 28 02:02 .gitignore',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 44835 Feb 28 06:44 execxi.sublime-workspace',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   102 Mar  1 18:21 binding.gyp',
      'drwxrwxr-x  2 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:42 tests',
      'drwxrwxr-x  3 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 20:50 build',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   837 Mar  1 21:26 package.json',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 13055 Mar  1 22:11 exec_all.cpp',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 24505 Mar  1 22:37 README.md',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 21419 Mar  1 22:41 test.html',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan 18778 Mar  1 22:41 test.log',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan   180 Mar  1 22:43 Makefile',
      'drwxrwxr-x  5 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:44 .',
      '-rw-rw-r--  1 logan logan  1780 Mar  1 22:47 test.js',
      'drwxrwxr-x  8 logan logan  4096 Mar  1 22:47 .git' ],
    exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'Exit 0' ], exit_code: 0 ],
  [ output: [ 'Exit 1' ], exit_code: 1 ],
  [ output: [ 'Exit 2' ], exit_code: 2 ],
  [ output: [], exit_code: 127 ],
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  max: 8,
  ran: 8,
  failed: 3,
  passed: 5 ]
Lets only run this one if the previous one had a 100% pass
Not running this: previous one did not have a 100% pass

Building and Testing

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I have packaged a Makefile, Gruntfile for building and testing, and npm scripts point to those.

Available commands are:

  • make (Aliases: npm run-script preinstall) : Compiles the C++ code into node extension.

  • make clean (Aliases: npm run-script preuninstall): Removes the build directory.

  • node test (Aliases: make test) : This is for visual testing rather than unit testing.

  • grunt test (Aliases: grunt; npm test): This is for unit testing.

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If you would mention WeaponXI in your source code or under credits or something it would mean the world to me!

Copyright © 2012 - 2013 WeaponXI aponxi@weaponxi.com This software is licensed under MIT License.

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