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From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-24 11:15:36

Javier Gonzalez wrote:

> Hi again
> I tried what was in the tutorials at the time and the thing was that,
> let's say I wanted include paths and files, I would have to write the
> following:
> myCommand -I /path1 -I /path2 -f file1 -f file2
> (specifying the option for each file and path so it's pushed back into
> the vector) That is fine, but if I try the following:
> myCommand -I /path1 /path2 -f file1 file2
> then the parser didn't recognize the 'file' option and the paths
> vector<string> had all these elements:
> /path1, /path2, -f, file1, file2
> That wa not what I expected. In particular, I wanted to do something like
> myCommand -I /path1/* -f file*, and ran into the previous problem.

To begin with, what if you have a file starting with "-I" and your command
line is :

   -f file* -I /path1/*

What should happen?

- Volodya

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