The Qtile command shell is a command-line shell interface that provides access
to the full complement of Qtile command functions. The shell features command
name completion, and full command documentation can be accessed from the shell
itself. The shell uses GNU Readline when it’s available, so the interface can
be configured to, for example, obey VI keybindings with an appropriate
.inputrc file. See the GNU Readline documentation for more information.
help command provides the canonical documentation for the Qtile
> cd layout/1 layout> help help command -- Help for a specific command. Builtins ======== cd exit help ls q quit Commands for this object ======================== add commands current delete doc down get info items next previous rotate shuffle_down shuffle_up toggle_split up layout> help previous previous() Focus previous stack.
QSh(client: libqtile.command_interface.CommandInterface, completekey='tab')¶
Qtile shell instance
do_cd(arg) → str¶
Change to another path.
do_exit(args) → None¶
do_ls(arg: str) → str¶
List contained items on a node.
> ls > ls ../layout
do_pwd(arg) → str¶
Returns the current working location
This is the same information as presented in the qshell prompt, but is very useful when running iqshell.
> pwd / > cd bar/top bar[‘top’]> pwd bar[‘top’]
do_help(arg) → str¶
Give help on commands and builtins
When invoked without arguments, provides an overview of all commands. When passed as an argument, also provides a detailed help on a specific command or builtin.
> help command