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ICommandLineStringListDefinition interface

For use with CommandLineParameterProvider.defineStringListParameter(), this interface defines a command line parameter whose argument is a single text string. The parameter can be specified multiple times to build a list.


export interface ICommandLineStringListDefinition extends IBaseCommandLineDefinitionWithArgument 

Extends: IBaseCommandLineDefinitionWithArgument



The name of the argument, which will be shown in the command-line help.

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinitionWithArgument)

completions?() => Promise<string[]>

(Optional) An optional callback that provides a list of custom choices for tab completion.

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinitionWithArgument)


Documentation for the parameter that will be shown when invoking the tool with "--help"

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)


(Optional) The name of an environment variable that the parameter value will be read from, if it was omitted from the command-line. An error will be reported if the environment value cannot be parsed.

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)

parameterGroup?string | typeof SCOPING_PARAMETER_GROUP

(Optional) An optional parameter group name, shown when invoking the tool with "--help"

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)


The long name of the flag including double dashes, e.g. "--do-something"

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)


(Optional) An optional parameter scope name, used to add a scope-prefixed parameter synonym, e.g. "--scope:do-something". Scopes provide additional flexibility for parameters in conflict resolution since when a scope is specified, parameters that have conflicting long names will be defined using only the scope-prefixed name.

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)


(Optional) An optional short name for the flag including the dash, e.g. "-d"

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)


(Optional) If true, then an error occurs if the parameter was not included on the command-line.

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)


(Optional) Specifies additional names for this parameter that are accepted but not displayed in the command line help.

(Inherited from IBaseCommandLineDefinition)