Working in the TNSR CLI¶
The TNSR CLI supports case-sensitive tab expansion and prediction for input to speed up interactive work. For example, the first few letters of a command or entity may be typed, depending on context, and then pressing the tab key will complete a portion or all of the remaining input where possible. Additionally, in cases when there is an existing entry or only one possible choice, pressing tab will automatically insert the entire entry. Commands or entities may also be shortened provided the input is not ambiguous.
The TNSR CLI supports common CLI navigation and editing key combinations, including:
Recalling command history from the current session by using
Ctrl-N, or the up and down arrow keys
Erasing characters with backspace or
Ctrl-H, or whole words with
Moving the cursor to the beginning of the line with
Ctrl-Aor end with
Clearing and redrawing the screen with
Exiting the CLI with
Be aware that exiting the CLI will not commit changes.
When working with the command line configuration, the prefix before the prompt changes depending on context to indicate that a different subset of commands is required.