LiteCli

Configuration

Config File

Litecli ships with sane defaults. These defaults are defined in a configuration file located under ~/.config/litecli/config.

The config file is created when litecli is launched for the very first time. Updates to that file are NOT overwritten by subsequent launches of litecli or updating the version of litecli.

Sample Config File

[main]

# Multi-line mode allows breaking up the sql statements into multiple lines. If
# this is set to True, then the end of the statements must have a semi-colon.
# If this is set to False then sql statements can't be split into multiple
# lines. End of line (return) is considered as the end of the statement.
multi_line = False

# Destructive warning mode will alert you before executing a sql statement
# that may cause harm to the database such as "drop table", "drop database"
# or "shutdown".
destructive_warning = True

# log_file location.
# In Unix/Linux: ~/.config/litecli/log
# In Windows: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\dbcli\litecli\log
# %USERPROFILE% is typically C:\Users\{username}
log_file = default

# Default log level. Possible values: "CRITICAL", "ERROR", "WARNING", "INFO"
# and "DEBUG". "NONE" disables logging.
log_level = INFO

# Log every query and its results to a file. Enable this by uncommenting the
# line below.
# audit_log = ~/.litecli-audit.log

# Table format. Possible values: ascii, double, github,
# psql, plain, simple, grid, fancy_grid, pipe, orgtbl, rst, mediawiki, html,
# latex, latex_booktabs, textile, moinmoin, jira, vertical, tsv, csv.
# Recommended: ascii
table_format = ascii

# Syntax coloring style. Possible values (many support the "-dark" suffix):
# manni, igor, xcode, vim, autumn, vs, rrt, native, perldoc, borland, tango, emacs,
# friendly, monokai, paraiso, colorful, murphy, bw, pastie, paraiso, trac, default,
# fruity.
# Screenshots at http://mycli.net/syntax
syntax_style = default

# Keybindings: Possible values: emacs, vi.
# Emacs mode: Ctrl-A is home, Ctrl-E is end. All emacs keybindings are available in the REPL.
# When Vi mode is enabled you can use modal editing features offered by Vi in the REPL.
key_bindings = emacs

# Enabling this option will show the suggestions in a wider menu. Thus more items are suggested.
wider_completion_menu = False

# litecli prompt
# \D - The full current date
# \d - Database name
# \m - Minutes of the current time
# \n - Newline
# \P - AM/PM
# \R - The current time, in 24-hour military time (0-23)
# \r - The current time, standard 12-hour time (1-12)
# \s - Seconds of the current time
prompt = '\d> '
prompt_continuation = '-> '

# Skip intro info on startup and outro info on exit
less_chatty = False

# Use alias from --login-path instead of host name in prompt
login_path_as_host = False

# Cause result sets to be displayed vertically if they are too wide for the current window,
# and using normal tabular format otherwise. (This applies to statements terminated by ; or \G.)
auto_vertical_output = False

# keyword casing preference. Possible values "lower", "upper", "auto"
keyword_casing = auto

# disabled pager on startup
enable_pager = True

# Custom colors for the completion menu, toolbar, etc.
[colors]
completion-menu.completion.current = 'bg:#ffffff #000000'
completion-menu.completion = 'bg:#008888 #ffffff'
completion-menu.meta.completion.current = 'bg:#44aaaa #000000'
completion-menu.meta.completion = 'bg:#448888 #ffffff'
completion-menu.multi-column-meta = 'bg:#aaffff #000000'
scrollbar.arrow = 'bg:#003333'
scrollbar = 'bg:#00aaaa'
selected = '#ffffff bg:#6666aa'
search = '#ffffff bg:#4444aa'
search.current = '#ffffff bg:#44aa44'
bottom-toolbar = 'bg:#222222 #aaaaaa'
bottom-toolbar.off = 'bg:#222222 #888888'
bottom-toolbar.on = 'bg:#222222 #ffffff'
search-toolbar = 'noinherit bold'
search-toolbar.text = 'nobold'
system-toolbar = 'noinherit bold'
arg-toolbar = 'noinherit bold'
arg-toolbar.text = 'nobold'
bottom-toolbar.transaction.valid = 'bg:#222222 #00ff5f bold'
bottom-toolbar.transaction.failed = 'bg:#222222 #ff005f bold'

# style classes for colored table output
output.header = "#00ff5f bold"
output.odd-row = ""
output.even-row = ""


# Favorite queries.
[favorite_queries]