Command Line Interface
To run Wist on Node.js, you must have npm installed. If npm is not installed, follow the instructions here: https://www.npmjs.com/
Once npm is installed, run the following
$ npm i -g wist
This installs the Wist CLI from the npm repository. To run Wist, use the following format:
$ wist [options] [file]*
$ wist file1.js file2.js
The command line utility has several options. You can view the options by running
wist [options] file.brs [file.brs] Basic configuration: -f, --format String Output format - default: stylish -v, --verbose Verbose logging -h, --help Show help
$ wist -f compact file.brs
When specified, the given format is output to the console. If you’d like to save that output into a file, you can do so on the command line like so:
$ wist -f compact file.brs > results.txt
This saves the output into the
This option will start config initialization wizard. It’s designed to help new users quickly create .wistrc file by answering a few questions, choosing a popular style guide, or inspecting your source files and attempting to automatically generate a suitable configuration.
The resulting configuration file will be created in the current directory.
This option outputs the help menu, displaying all of the available options. All other options are ignored when this is present.
This option outputs debugging information to the console. This information is useful when you’re seeing a problem and having a hard time pinpointing it. The Wist team may ask for this debugging information to help solve bugs.
This option specifies the output format for the console. Possible formats are: