regtool help/version patch
Joshua Daniel Franklin
Mon Jun 3 07:27:00 GMT 2002
--- Christopher Faylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 02, 2002 at 10:58:33PM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> >On Sun, Jun 02, 2002 at 09:45:30PM -0500, Joshua Daniel Franklin wrote:
> >>2002-06-02 Joshua Daniel Franklin <email@example.com>
> >> * regtool.cc (prog_name): New global variable.
> >> (longopts): Ditto.
> >> (opts): Ditto.
> >> (usage): Standardize usage output. Rearrange/add descriptions.
> >> (print_version): New function.
> >> (main): Accomodate longopts and new --help, --version options.
> >> Add check for (_argv[optind+1] == NULL).
> >Thanks, as always.
> Joshua, it just occurred to me that you don't seem to be patching the
> .sgml documentation when you make a change to a utility.
> Do you think you could take a run over the utils.sgml file and see
> if there are missing options that could be added? Also, if you're
> adding examples to the output then utils.sgml would be a good place
> for that, too.
I was going to try to get all the --help/--version patches in for the
next release, then patch utils.sgml at leisure. My logic is that the
binaries are hard to change, but the using-utils.html page and the
cygwin-doc package (which I have full control over) are easy. Also I
may have a lot of questions on certain explanations in utils.sgml
(about, for example, setfacl or strace) that really are not related to
the patches but could slow down the patching if I were working on it at
the same time.
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