Here is an example CommandBox module that uses an interceptor (in the
ModuleConfig.cfc) and custom commands to help manage its settings.
Ever gotten tired of the same lame ASCII art every time you start the CommandBox shell in interactive mode? Well fear not, this module is for you!
Install the module like so:
CommandBox> install commandbox-banner-customizer
Once you've done that, there are three module settings you can override to affect how the CLI starts up.
CommandBox> banner off
Now reload the CLI and the ASCII art is gone.
CommandBox> banner on
Now reload the CLI and the ASCII art is back.
CommandBox> banner text "I like spam!"
Now reload the CLI and your custom message will appear to greet you. Note this setting is ignored if the banner is
Want to get all kinds of funky and create your own ASCII art of your cat? Save the exact text you want to output (can be multiple lines) into a file and specify the file path here:
CommandBox> banner file myCustomBanner.txt
Note this setting is ignored if the banner is
off or if
banner text is set. For extra credit, try including ANSI escape codes in your text file for a color-coded banner
All these example commands do is set config settings for you. You can also control the module settings without the
banner commands by directly setting the config settings like so:
CommandBox> config set modules.commandbox-banner-customizer.hidebanner=true CommandBox> config set modules.commandbox-banner-customizer.bannertext="I like spam!" CommandBox> config set modules.commandbox-banner-customizer.bannerfilepath="C:\\myCustomBanner.txt"
You can see the current state of this modules settings at any time by using
config show to print it out.
CommandBox> config show modules.commandbox-banner-customizer