peerplays.cli.decorators module

peerplays.cli.decorators.chain(f)

This decorator allows you to access ctx.peerplays which is an instance of PeerPlays.

peerplays.cli.decorators.configfile(f)

This decorator will parse a configuration file in YAML format and store the dictionary in ctx.blockchain.config

peerplays.cli.decorators.customchain(**kwargsChain)

This decorator allows you to access ctx.peerplays which is an instance of Peerplays. But in contrast to @chain, this is a decorator that expects parameters that are directed right to PeerPlays().

… code-block::python

@main.command() @click.option(“–worker”, default=None) @click.pass_context @customchain(foo=”bar”) @unlock def list(ctx, worker):

print(ctx.obj)
peerplays.cli.decorators.offline(f)

This decorator allows you to access ctx.peerplays which is an instance of PeerPlays with offline=True.

peerplays.cli.decorators.offlineChain(f)

This decorator allows you to access ctx.peerplays which is an instance of PeerPlays with offline=True.

peerplays.cli.decorators.online(f)

This decorator allows you to access ctx.peerplays which is an instance of PeerPlays.

peerplays.cli.decorators.onlineChain(f)

This decorator allows you to access ctx.peerplays which is an instance of PeerPlays.

peerplays.cli.decorators.unlock(f)

This decorator will unlock the wallet by either asking for a passphrase or taking the environmental variable UNLOCK

peerplays.cli.decorators.unlockWallet(f)

This decorator will unlock the wallet by either asking for a passphrase or taking the environmental variable UNLOCK

peerplays.cli.decorators.verbose(f)

Add verbose flags and add logging handlers