Source code for xonsh.xoreutils.uname

#!/usr/bin/env python

Provides a cross-platform way to figure out the system uname.

This version of uname was written in Python for the xonsh project:

Based on cat from GNU coreutils:
import platform
import sys

from xonsh.cli_utils import ArgParserAlias

[docs]def uname_fn( all=False, kernel_name=False, node_name=False, kernel_release=False, kernel_version=False, machine=False, processor=False, hardware_platform=False, operating_system=False, ): """This version of uname was written in Python for the xonsh project: Based on uname from GNU coreutils: Parameters ---------- all : -a, --all print all information, in the following order, except omit -p and -i if unknown kernel_name : -s, --kernel-name print the kernel name node_name : -n, --nodename print the network node hostname kernel_release : -r, --kernel-release print the kernel release kernel_version : -v, --kernel-version print the kernel version machine : -m, --machine print the machine hardware name processor : -p, --processor print the processor type (non-portable) hardware_platform : -i, --hardware-platform print the hardware platform (non-portable) operating_system : -o, --operating-system print the operating system """ info = platform.uname() def gen_lines(): if all or node_name: yield info.node if all or kernel_release: yield info.release if all or kernel_version: yield info.version if all or machine: yield info.machine if all or processor: yield info.processor or "unknown" if all or hardware_platform: yield "unknown" if all or operating_system: yield sys.platform lines = list(gen_lines()) if all or kernel_name or (not lines): lines.insert(0, info.system) line = " ".join(lines) return line
uname = ArgParserAlias(func=uname_fn, has_args=True, prog="uname")
[docs]def main(args=None): from xonsh.xoreutils.util import run_alias run_alias("uname", args)
if __name__ == "__main__": main()