On Mar 15, 2006, at 10:53 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> Wilfredo Sánchez Vega <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> In view of the increased functionality and use of ConfigParser, I'd be
> okay with replacing the current one with this new one, but it would be
> nice to get Blair Zajac's thoughts on that first (just a courtesy
> ping, if nothing else, since he wrote the original). I've CC'd him on
> this mail. Blair?
For what it's worth (not that it changes whether we should ask
Blair for feedback), mine's not a derivative; I didn't know there was
another script with a very similar name until I noticed it today.
> I don't think the "--help" option on that one is quite working:
> $ ~/etc/svn-viewdiff
> diff: missing operand after `diff'
> diff: Try `diff --help' for more information.
> [Hmm, that error message is from diff itself, not your script!]
wsanchez% ./svn-viewdiff --help
svn-viewdiff [options] file1 file2
--help Print this help
-C --context X Ignored
-U --unified X Ignored
-L --label X Ignored
-q --brief Ignored
-y --side-by-side Ignored
-w --width X Ignored
-l --paginate Ignored
-t --expand-tabs Ignored
-T --initial-tab Ignored
-d --minimal Ignored
-H --speed-large-files Ignored
I'll see if I can figure out what's going on there.
>> Resolve merge conflicts using FileMerge (OS X).
> This one has no online help, beyond the line quoted above.
> Documentation is especially important in contrib/ scripts, where
> people often just browse around seeing if what they need is there.
I can fix that up.
> Nice documentation! Suggest renaming 'enforcer.conf' to
> EXAMPLE-enforcer.conf or something similar, though.
Thanks. In that case, it was pretty necessary. Hard to explain
that one in a one-liner. :-)
> I'm +1 on your maintaining all these in contrib/, if you can make them
> all self-documenting.
Docs: no problem; I agree.
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