runCommand -package:wai-app-static -package:libmpd -package:github-release -package:structured-cli -package:shake

Runs a command using the shell.
Run an external command on the specified DotRepr. Remember to use hSetBinaryMode on the Handle for the output function if necessary. If the command was unsuccessful, then a GraphvizException is thrown. For performance reasons, a temporary file is used to store the generated Dot code. As such, this is only suitable for local commands.
Run command against the database and return its result
Retrieve getArgs, and attempt to parse it into a valid value of an Options type plus a list of left-over arguments. The options and arguments are then passed to the provided computation. If parsing fails, this computation will print an error and call exitFailure. If parsing succeeds, and the user has passed a --help flag, and the developer is using the default help flag definitions, then this computation will print documentation and call exitSuccess. See runSubcommand for details on subcommand support.
Given a list of command/action pairs, prompt the user to choose a command using dmenu and return the corresponding action.
Run a command within the PlotM monad. Stderr stream is read and decoded, while Stdout is ignored. Logging happens at the debug level if the command succeeds, or at the error level if it does not succeed.
runCommand1 foo = runCommand [foo =: 1]
Given the name of a command from defaultCommands, return the corresponding action (or the null action if the command is not found).
Given a list of command/action pairs, prompt the user to choose a command using dmenu-compatible launcher and return the corresponding action. See X.U.Dmenu for compatible launchers.
Called before a command is about to run. The first argument is the step index and the second is a string representing the command about to be run.
Default to True. Should you run command line actions, set to False to skip actions whose output streams and exit code are not used. Useful for profiling the non-command portion of the build system.