WP_CLI::launch() Edit

Launch an arbitrary external process that takes over I/O.


Usage Usage

WP_CLI::launch( $command, $exit_on_error = true, $return_detailed = false )
$command (string) External process to launch.
$exit_on_error (boolean) Whether to exit if the command returns an elevated return code.
$return_detailed (boolean) Whether to return an exit status (default) or detailed execution results.
@return (int|\WP_CLI\ProcessRun) command exit status, or a ProcessRun object for full details.

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Notes Notes

# `wp core download` falls back to the `tar` binary when PharData isn't available
if ( ! class_exists( 'PharData' ) ) {
    $cmd = "tar xz --strip-components=1 --directory=%s -f $tarball";
    WP_CLI::launch( Utils\esc_cmd( $cmd, $dest ) );
    return;
}

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