Provided by: datalad_0.17.1-1_all bug


       datalad wtf - generate a report about the DataLad installation and configuration


       datalad  wtf  [-h]  [-d  DATASET]  [-s  {some|all}]  [-S  SECTION] [--flavor {full|short}]
              [-D {html_details}] [-c] [--version]


       IMPORTANT: Sharing this report with untrusted parties (e.g. on the  web)  should  be  done
       with care, as it may include identifying information, and/or credentials or access tokens.


       -h, --help, --help-np
              show  this  help  message.  --help-np  forcefully  disables  the use of a pager for
              displaying the help message

       -d DATASET, --dataset DATASET
              "specify the dataset to report on. no dataset is  given,  an  attempt  is  made  to
              identify  the  dataset  based  on the current working directory. Constraints: Value
              must be a Dataset or a valid identifier of a Dataset (e.g. a path) or value must be

       -s {some|all}, --sensitive {some|all}
              if  set  to  'some'  or 'all', it will display sections such as config and metadata
              which could potentially contain sensitive information (credentials,  names,  etc.).
              If  'some',  the  fields  which are known to be sensitive will still be masked out.
              Constraints: value must be one of ('some', 'all')

       -S SECTION, --section SECTION
              section to include. If not set - depends on flavor. '*' could be used to force  all
              sections.  This  option can be given multiple times. Constraints: value must be one
              of   ('configuration',   'credentials',   'datalad',   'dataset',   'dependencies',
              'environment',   'extensions',   'git-annex',   'location',  'metadata_extractors',
              'metadata_indexers', 'python', 'system', '*')

       --flavor {full|short}
              Flavor of WTF. 'full' would produce markdown  with  exhaustive  list  of  sections.
              'short'  will  provide  a  condensed  summary  only  of datalad and dependencies by
              default. Use --section to list other sections. Constraints: value must  be  one  of
              ('full', 'short') [Default: 'full']

       -D {html_details}, --decor {html_details}
              decoration  around  the rendering to facilitate embedding into issues etc, e.g. use
              'html_details' for posting collapsible entry to GitHub issues.  Constraints:  value
              must be one of ('html_details',)

       -c, --clipboard
              if set, do not print but copy to clipboard (requires pyperclip module).

              show the module and its version which provides the command


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