1. Konrad Rymczak
  2. htsql-firebird

Source

htsql-firebird / test / output / routine.yaml

#
# This file contains expected test output data for regression tests.
# It was generated automatically by the `regress` routine.
#

id: routine
tests:
- ctl: []
  stdout: |
    HTSQL-CTL - HTSQL command-line administrative application
    Copyright (c) 2006-2012, Prometheus Research, LLC

    Run `htsql-ctl help` for general usage and list of routines.
    Run `htsql-ctl help <routine>` for help on a specific routine.
  exit: 0
- ctl: [help]
  stdout: |+
    HTSQL-CTL - HTSQL command-line administrative application
    Copyright (c) 2006-2012, Prometheus Research, LLC
    Usage: htsql-ctl <routine> [options] [arguments]

    Run `htsql-ctl help` for general usage and list of routines.
    Run `htsql-ctl help <routine>` for help on a specific routine.

    Available routines:
      help (h, ?)              : describe the usage of the application and its routines
      version                  : display the version of the application
      extension (ext)          : list and describe HTSQL extensions
      server (serve, s)        : start an HTTP server handling HTSQL requests
      shell (sh)               : start an HTSQL shell
      get                      : execute and render an HTSQL query
      post                     : execute and render an HTSQL query with POST data
      regress (test)           : run regression tests

  exit: 0
- ctl: [help, help]
  stdout: |+
    HELP - describe the usage of the application and its routines
    Usage: htsql-ctl help [ROUTINE [FEATURE]]

    Run 'htsql-ctl help' to describe the usage of the application and
    get the list of available routines.

    Run 'htsql-ctl help <routine>' to describe the usage of the
    specified routine.

    Some routines may contain separate descriptions of some features.
    Run 'htsql-ctl help <routine> <feature>' to describe a specific
    feature.

    Arguments:
      ROUTINE                  : the name of the routine to describe
      FEATURE                  : the feature to describe

  exit: 0