A command represents something that can be done / performed. A command can either be a command directly in the Tooling Platform, a part of a command group can have or a part of a namespace. A command that belongs directly to the Tooling Platform is also called a default command.
A command has a pretty simple structure. It has a name, a long and a short description, dependencies, an action and a boolean denoting whether the command has something to do with boilerplates. Most of these properties should be self explanatory. We need to mark a command that has something to do with boilerplates so that that it can be injected into namespaces that also are related to boilerplates.
Only default commands marked with whether they have something to do with boilerplates are injected into the namespaces. It otherwise has no effect