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removes compound elements from a Click configuration
tool flattens a Click router configuration, compiling all its compound
elements away, and writes the resulting configuration to the standard
output. It can also output information about the file.
If any filename argument is a single dash "-",
will use the standard input or output instead, as appropriate.
- -c, --classes
- Output an alphabetical list of the element classes used by the flattened router file, one per line, instead of the usual configuration.
- -n, --elements
- Output an alphabetical list of the element names in the flattened router file, one per line, instead of the usual configuration.
- -d, --declaration
- Output the element declarations in the flattened router file, one per line, instead of the usual configuration.
- -f, --file file
- Read the router configuration to flatten from file. The default is the standard input.
- -e, --expression expr
- Use expr, a string in the Click language, as the router configuration to flatten.
- Output flattened configuration only -- if the input was an archive, ignore other archive elements.
- Expand global variables. By default, click-flatten does not expand global variables into configuration strings, allowing later operations, such as click-install, to override their values.
- -o, --output file
- Write the flattened router configuration to file. The default is the standard output.
- Print usage information and exit.
- Print the version number and some quickie warranty information and exit.