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Date: 2005-12-20 08:36:00
Marshall Clow wrote:
> The other one is that program_options, by default, wants to use
> double hyphens to define options:
> "foo --option1 --option2"
> I'm a lot more comfortable with single hyphens:
> "foo -option1 -option2"
I don't know about your other problem, but using single hyphens with long options is nonstandard. In most *nix programs, -option1 means the same thing as -o ption1, i.e. a -o with the argument "ption1". Whereas --option1 means what it says. Single hyphens are reserved for single-letter options.
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