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Writing GCLI Commands

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Writing GCLI Commands
Writing GCLI Commands
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Tools/GCLI/Writing_GCLI_Commands
Tools/GCLI/Writing_GCLI_Commands
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nn7    <p>
8      The documentation that comes with GCLI has a section on <a 
 >class="link-https" href="https://github.com/joewalker/gcli/blob/m
 >aster/docs/index.md" title="https://github.com/joewalker/gcli/blo
 >b/master/docs/index.md">writing commands</a>. The documentation t
 >hat follows describes the GCLI support provided in Firefox.
9    </p>
n11      Out of the box we support:n14      Out of the box Firefox supports:
12    </p>
13    <ul>15    </p>
16    <ul>
14      <li>The obvious basic types:&nbsp;<code>string</code>, <cod17      <li>The obvious GCLI basic types:&nbsp;<code>string</code>,
>e>number</code>, <code>boolean</code>> <code>number</code>, <code>boolean</code>, <code>date</code>,
n27      We're also working on date and file types, but they're not n30      We're also working on file types, but they're currentlinc
>readyet. For now you should use <code>string</code>.>omplete. For now you should use <code>string</code>.
n82    <h2 id="Internationalization_/_Localization">n85    <h2 id="Internationalization_.2F_Localization">
t249    </ul>{{ languages( {"zh-cn": "zh-cn/Tools/GCLI/Writing_GCLI_Ct252    </ul>
>ommands" } ) }} 

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