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wp-cli-tgmpa-plugin

This WP-CLI package provides the wp tgmpa-plugin command for working with plugins required using the TGM Plugin Activation library.

Quick links: Installing | Usage | Troubleshooting | Contributing

Installing

Installation as a WP-CLI package

Installing this package requires WP-CLI v0.23.0 or greater. Update to the latest stable release with wp cli update.

Once you've done so, you can install this package with wp package install itspriddle/wp-cli-tgmpa-plugin

Manual installation

Save command.php. For a system-wide installation, add the following to ~/.wp-cli/config.yml; to install just for a single WordPress blog add it to wp-cli.yml or wp-cli.local.yml in the root of your project:

require:
  - /path/to/command.php

Note that you should add to the require array if you already have one present, eg:

require:
  - /some/file/i/already/have.php
  - /path/to/command.php

You can also pass the --require flag when calling wp tgmpa-plugin, eg:

wp --require=/path/to/command.php tgmpa-plugin

Verify installation

In the root of your blog, run wp tgmpa-plugin info to verify that the TGM_Plugin_Activation class is loaded. You should see output similar to this:

wp-cli-tgmpa-plugin version:    0.1.0
TGM_Plugin_Activation version:  2.5.2
TGM_Plugin_Activation location: /var/www/wordpress/public/wp-content/themes/footheme/includes/plugins/class-tgm-plugin-activation.php
Plugins registered:             2

See Troubleshooting for things to check if you see Error: TGM_Plugin_Activation not loaded!

Usage

wp tgmpa-plugin provides most of the same commands as wp plugin. Most commands are delegated directly to wp plugin after validating that any specified plugins are registered with TGMPA.

wp tgmpa-plugin activate

wp tgmpa-plugin activate [<slug>...] [--all]

Activate TGMPA plugins.

OPTIONS

[<slug>...]
One or more TGMPA plugins to activate.

[--all]
If set, all TGMPA plugins will be activated.

wp tgmpa-plugin deactivate

wp tgmpa-plugin deactivate [<slug>...] [--all]

Deactivate TGMPA plugins.

OPTIONS

[<slug>...]
One or more TGMPA plugins to deactivate.

[--all]
If set, all TGMPA plugins will be deactivated.

wp tgmpa-plugin delete

wp tgmpa-plugin delete <slug>...

Delete installed TGMPA plugin files without deactivating or uninstalling.

OPTIONS

<slug>...
One or more TGMPA plugins to delete.

EXAMPLES

wp tgmpa-plugin delete hello

# Delete inactive plugins
wp tgmpa-plugin delete $(wp tgmpa-plugin list --status=inactive --field=name)

wp tgmpa-plugin get

wp tgmpa-plugin get <slug> [--field=<field>] [--fields=<fields>] [--format=<format>]

Get info on an installed TGMPA plugin.

OPTIONS

<slug>
The TGMPA plugin to get.

[--field=<field>]
Instead of returning all info, returns the value of a single field.

[--fields=<fields>]
Limit the output to specific fields. Defaults to all fields.

[--format=<format>]
Output list as table, json, CSV, yaml. Defaults to table.

EXAMPLES

wp tgmpa-plugin get bbpress --format=json

wp tgmpa-plugin info

wp tgmpa-plugin info [<section>]

Show information about the TGMPA installation.

OPTIONS

[<section>]
Accepted values: version, tgmpa-version, tgmpa-path, plugin-count

EXAMPLES

Show all info:

wp tgmpa-plugin info

Show TGMPA version:

wp tgmpa-plugin info tgmpa-version

Show path to TGMPA class:

wp tgmpa-plugin info tgmpa-path

Edit TGMPA class in Vim:

vim $(wp tgmpa-plugin info tgmpa-path)

Check if TGMPA is installed:

if wp tgmpa-plugin info &> /dev/null; then
  # Do stuff, maybe `wp tgmpa-plugin install --all`
fi

wp tgmpa-plugin install

wp tgmpa-plugin install [<slug>...] [--all] [--all-required] [--all-recommended] [--force] [--activate]

Install a TGMPA plugin.

OPTIONS

[<slug>...]
One or more TGMPA plugins to install.

[--all]
If set, all TGMPA plugins will be installed.

[--all-required]
If set, all required TGMPA plugins will be installed.

[--all-recommended]
If set, all recommended (not required) TGMPA plugins will be installed.

[--force]
If set, the command will overwrite any installed version of the plugin
without prompting for confirmation.

[--activate]
If set, the plugin will be activated immediately after install.

EXAMPLES

Install all TGMPA plugins:

wp tgmpa-plugin install --all

Install all required TGMPA plugins (excluding recommended plugins):

wp tgmpa-plugin install --all-required

Install all recommended TGMPA plugins (excluding required plugins):

wp tgmpa-plugin install --all-recommended

Install specific TGMPA plugins:

wp tgmpa-plugin install some-plugin another-plugin

wp tgmpa-plugin is-installed

wp tgmpa-plugin is-installed <slug>

Check if a TGMPA plugin is installed.

OPTIONS

<slug>
The TGMPA plugin to check.

EXAMPLES

wp tgmpa-plugin is-installed hello
echo $? # displays 0 or 1

wp tgmpa-plugin list

wp tgmpa-plugin list [--<field>=<value>] [--field=<field>] [--fields=<fields>] [--format=<format>]

Get a list of plugins managed by TGMPA.

OPTIONS

[--<field>=<value>]
Filter results based on the value of a field.

[--field=<field>]
Prints the value of a single field for each plugin.

[--fields=<fields>]
Limit the output to specific object fields.

[--format=<format>]
Accepted values: table, csv, json, count, yaml. Default: table

EXAMPLES

This command works like `wp plugin list`, but is limited to TGMPA plugins.

Show default fields for all TGMPA plugins:

wp tgmpa-plugin list

Output in JSON instead of a table:

wp tgmpa-plugin list --format=json

Filter by installed or uninstalled TGMPA plugins:

wp tgmpa-plugin list --installed
wp tgmpa-plugin list --no-installed

Filter by required or unrequired TGMPA plugins:

wp tgmpa-plugin list --required
wp tgmpa-plugin list --no-required

Show only TGMPA plugin slugs:

wp tgmpa-plugin list --field=name

Show non-default fields:

wp tgmpa-plugin list --fields=source,version

wp tgmpa-plugin path

wp tgmpa-plugin path <slug> [--dir]

Get the path to a TGMPA plugin file or directory.

OPTIONS

<slug>
The TGMPA plugin to get the path to.

[--dir]
If set, get the path to the closest parent directory, instead of the
plugin file.

EXAMPLES

cd $(wp tgmpa-plugin path someplug --dir)
vim $(wp tgmpa-plugin path someplug)

wp tgmpa-plugin toggle

wp tgmpa-plugin toggle <slug>...

Toggle TGMPA plugins' activation states.

OPTIONS

<slug>...
One or more TGMPA plugins to toggle.

wp tgmpa-plugin uninstall

wp tgmpa-plugin uninstall [<slug>...] [--all] [--deactivate] [--skip-delete]

Uninstall a TGMPA plugin.

OPTIONS

[<slug>...]
One or more TGMPA plugins to uninstall.

[--all]
If set, all TGMPA plugins will be uninstalled.

[--deactivate]
Deactivate the TGMPA plugin before uninstalling. Default behavior is to
warn and skip if the plugin is active.

[--skip-delete]
If set, the TGMPA plugin files will not be deleted. Only the uninstall
procedure will be run. Note that deletions affect only the files added to
`WP_PLUGIN_DIR` and not bundled files used by TGMPA itself.

Troubleshooting

If the TGM_Plugin_Activation class is not loaded your theme or plugin may be using is_admin() to determine whether or not to load the class. To work around this, you can set WP_ADMIN=true environment variable when running tgmpa-plugin commands. Try the following to see if the class loads:

WP_ADMIN=true wp tgmpa-plugin info

If that doesn't work, some themes also check your user account for admin privileges. You can try the above along with using the --user= flag with a valid admin user:

WP_ADMIN=true wp tgmpa-plugin info --user=josh

If all else fails, you can open an issue. Please include a link to the theme or plugin as well as the commands you are trying or any pertinent error messages you see.

Contributing

Code and ideas are more than welcome.

Please open an issue with questions, feedback, bug fixes or improvements. Pull requests should use the same coding style and should include test coverage.