$ snapctl --help Usage: snapctl [OPTIONS] <command> Help Options: -h, --help Show this help message Available commands: get The get command prints configuration and interface connection settings. is-connected Return success if the given plug or slot is connected, and failure otherwise restart Restart services services Query the status of services set Changes configuration options set-health Report the health status of a snap start Start services stop Stop services unset Remove configuration options
- Help for
getdoesn’t need to repeat that it’s the
get command. Suggestion: “Get configuration and interface connection settings”.
- Order is nonsensical
unsetshould be next to each other, as should
stop- could even consider subsections for “Service management” and “Configuration”.
getexplanation is a sentence (ends with a
.) the others don’t.
set-healthsays it’s to “Report” the health status, but it’s not clear if that’s reporting to me (i.e. echoing to stdout) or elsewhere.