$ hof help datamodel

Data models are sets of models which are used in many hof processes and modules.

At their core, they represent the most abstract representation for objects and
their relations in your applications. They are extended and annotated to add
context fot their usage in different code generators: (DB vs Server vs Client).

Beyond representing models in their current form, a history is maintained so that:
  - database migrations can be created and managed
  - servers can handle multiple model versions
  - clients can implement feature flags
Much of this is actually handled by code generators and must be implemented there.
Hof handles the core data model definitions, history, and snapshot creation.

  hof datamodel [command]

  datamodel, dm

Available Commands:
  checkpoint  create a snapshot of the data model
  diff        show the diff between data model version
  history     list the snapshots for a data model
  info        print details for a data model
  list        print available data models
  log         show the history of diffs for a data model

  -d, --datamodel strings   Datamodels for the datamodel commands
  -f, --format string       Pick format from Cuetils (default "_")
  -h, --help                help for datamodel
  -m, --model strings       Models for the datamodel commands
  -o, --output string       Output format [table,cue] (default "table")
  -s, --since string        Timestamp to filter since
  -u, --until string        Timestamp to filter until

Global Flags:
  -p, --package string   the Cue package context to use during execution
  -q, --quiet            turn off output and assume defaults at prompts
  -v, --verbose int      set the verbosity of output

Use "hof datamodel [command] --help" for more information about a command.
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