There are a couple of ways you can install a WP-CLI package.
wp profile eval-file, you can mock, execute, and evaluate the request with a one-off file.
Add a require statement to one of WP-CLI’s supported configuration files.
xargs to chain together
wp post generate --format=ids and
wp post meta update.
An overview of the commands WP-CLI includes to generate test content and users.
The best way to detect whether WP-CLI is running is to inspect the
WP-CLI has two global flags,
--skip-themes, for disabling problematic plugins and themes on the fly.
--user=<user> global parameter, which accepts a user id, login, or email address.
WP-CLI uses the
--url=<url> global parameter to specify request context; run a command against multiple sites by combining
wp site list and
Depending on how you’ve installed WP-CLI, you may need to delete a file or an entire directory.