Subject: Re: pkg_info -F example?
To: Frederick Bruckman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
Date: 09/20/2002 21:39:00
On Fri, 20 Sep 2002, Frederick Bruckman wrote:
> All of the following should be equivalent, yet evidently are not:
> fredb@tautology-> pkg_info -F -e /usr/pkg/share/mplayer/codecs.conf
> fredb@tautology-> pkg_info -e -F /usr/pkg/share/mplayer/codecs.conf
> fredb@tautology-> pkg_info -eF /usr/pkg/share/mplayer/codecs.conf
> fredb@tautology-> pkg_info -Fe /usr/pkg/share/mplayer/codecs.conf
Um, you don't seem to understand how getopt(3) works.
If you have a getopt string of "Fe:", the next argument after "-e" is
taken, thus "-e -F foo" will take "-F" as the argument of "-e". Likewise,
if you use "-eF foo", the arg for "-e" will be "F".
That's normal behaviour!
The only program doing this different (today :-) is tar, where you first
give all the options, then all the args. But that's in no way what we have
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