WP_CLI::line() Edit

Display informational message without prefix, and ignore --quiet.


Usage Usage

WP_CLI::line( $message = '' )
$message (string) Message to display to the end user.
@return (null)

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Notes Notes

Message is written to STDOUT. WP_CLI::log() is typically recommended;
WP_CLI::line() is included for historical compat.

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  • WP_CLI\Utils\format_items() – Render a collection of items as an ASCII table, JSONJSON JSON, or JavaScript Object Notation, is a minimal, readable format for structuring data. It is used primarily to transmit data between a server and web application, as an alternative to XML., CSV, YAML, list of ids, or count.
  • WP_CLI::colorize() – Colorize a string for output.
  • WP_CLI::log() – Display informational message without prefix.
  • WP_CLI::success() – Display success message prefixed with "Success: ".
  • WP_CLI::debug() – Display debug message prefixed with "Debug: " when `–debug` is used.
  • WP_CLI::warning() – Display warning message prefixed with "Warning: ".
  • WP_CLI::error() – Display error message prefixed with "Error: " and exit script.
  • WP_CLI::halt() – Halt script execution with a specific return code.
  • WP_CLI::error_multi_line() – Display a multi-line error message in a red box. Doesn’t exit script.

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