function::umodname - Linux


function::umodname is a powerful command specifically designed for Linux operating systems. Its primary purpose is to verify and validate module names within a Git project. It efficiently checks if these module names follow the established naming conventions, ensuring consistency and adherence to best practices. By utilizing function::umodname, developers can effortlessly maintain a clean and organized project structure, enhancing code readability and understandability.


function::umodname <command> [param]

Common commands:

    check <project_directory>
    check-dryrun <project_directory>


  • –debug: Outputs detailed debugging information.
  • –ignore-errors: Ignores errors encountered during validation.
  • –help: Displays the command’s help menu.


Basic Usage

function::umodname check .

Runs the check command on the current directory to validate all module names recursively.

Checking a Specific Directory

function::umodname check /path/to/project_directory

Validates module names within the specified directory only.

Dry Run Mode

function::umodname check-dryrun .

Performs a validation check without modifying any module names. This is useful for previewing any potential issues before committing changes.

Common Issues

Invalid Module Name

One common issue occurs when module names do not conform to the naming conventions. function::umodname will report an error message identifying the offending module name.

Module Name Already Exists

Another issue возникает, when two or more modules have the same name. This violates the requirement for unique module names and will result in an error message.


function::umodname seamlessly integrates with the Git workflow. The check command can be integrated into pre-commit hooks to ensure module names are validated before committing changes. This helps maintain code quality and consistency throughout the development process.

Related Commands

  • git-commit: Commits changes to a Git repository.
  • git-changelog: Generates a changelog based on Git commit history.