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Project: Cio 0.0.0

--quiet

Use the --quiet (or -q) option with these tasks to log some progress and all error messages to stdout or stderr.

Scenarios
Cio tasks that accept --quiet
When
I run cio help task
Then
the stderr should not contain anything
And
the stdout should contain "description"
Examples:
task description
clean -q, [--quiet] # Log some progress and all error messages to stdout or stderr.
install -q, [--quiet] # Log some progress and all error messages to stdout or stderr.
resolve -q, [--quiet] # Log some progress and all error messages to stdout or stderr.
update -q, [--quiet] # Log some progress and all error messages to stdout or stderr.
verify -q, [--quiet] # Log some progress and all error messages to stdout or stderr.
version -q, [--quiet] # Log some progress and all error messages to stdout or stderr.

Last published about 5 years ago by taqtiqa-mark.