How to use the @oclif/command.Command.flags function in @oclif/command

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github fauna / fauna-shell / src / lib / fauna-command.js View on Github external
dbExists(dbName, callback) {
    return this.withClient(function (testDbClient, _) {
      return testDbClient.query(q.Exists(q.Database(dbName)))

* These flags allow the user to override endpoint configuration.
* They are inherited by all shell commands that extend FaunaCommand.
* See each command's flags to see how this mechanism works.
FaunaCommand.flags = {
  domain: flags.string({
    description: 'FaunaDB server domain',
  scheme: flags.string({
    description: 'Connection scheme',
    options: ['https', 'http'],
  port: flags.string({
    description: 'Connection port',
  timeout: flags.string({
    description: 'Connection timeout in milliseconds',
  secret: flags.string({
    description: 'FaunaDB secret key',