pySim-shell: more generic export options

The as_json parameter has been added as an additional parameter to the
export function. Lets use a dictionary here and put the parameter in it.
This makes it easier to add more options in the future

Change-Id: Ie860eec918e7cdb01651642f4bc2474c9fb1924f
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Philipp Maier 2022-05-19 10:20:30 +02:00
parent ea81f75e94
commit 9a4091d93a
1 changed files with 7 additions and 6 deletions

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@ -461,7 +461,7 @@ class PySimCommands(CommandSet):
self._cmd.poutput("%d files" % len(selectables))
def walk(self, indent=0, action=None, context=None, as_json=False):
def walk(self, indent=0, action=None, context=None, **kwargs):
"""Recursively walk through the file system, starting at the currently selected DF"""
files =
flags=['FNAMES', 'ANAMES'])
@ -493,12 +493,12 @@ class PySimCommands(CommandSet):
# If the DF was skipped, we never have entered the directory
# below, so we must not move up.
if skip_df == False:
self.walk(indent + 1, action, context, as_json)
self.walk(indent + 1, action, context, **kwargs)
fcp_dec ="..", self._cmd)
elif action:
df_before_action =
action(f, context, as_json)
action(f, context, **kwargs)
# When walking through the file system tree the action must not
# always restore the currently selected file to the file that
# was selected before executing the action() callback.
@ -510,7 +510,7 @@ class PySimCommands(CommandSet):
"""Display a filesystem-tree with all selectable files"""
def export(self, filename, context, as_json=False):
def export(self, filename, context, as_json):
""" Select and export a single file """
context['COUNT'] += 1
df =
@ -619,10 +619,11 @@ class PySimCommands(CommandSet):
"""Export files to script that can be imported back later"""
context = {'ERR': 0, 'COUNT': 0, 'BAD': [],
kwargs_export = {'as_json': opts.json}
if opts.filename:
self.export(opts.filename, context, opts.json)
self.export(opts.filename, context, **kwargs_export)
self.walk(0, self.export, context, opts.json)
self.walk(0, self.export, context, **kwargs_export)
self._cmd.poutput(boxed_heading_str("Export summary"))