[Rake-devel] Balasan: [patch] non-destructive option parsing

Edwin Pratomo edpratomo at yahoo.co.id
Sat May 17 14:35:46 EDT 2008

--- Edwin Pratomo <edpratomo at yahoo.co.id> wrote:

> good day jim and all
> currently rake uses getoptlong to parse command line options. the problem
> with
> this is that getoptlong destructively consumes ARGV, which means checking
> in a rakefile won't find any previously passed options. 
> why would we need to check ARGV in rakefile? one possible case is to make use
> of rake's options such as -q or -v. so users might pass -qq or -vvv and a
> rakefile will print as much (or as little) output as those options are given.
> so i'd suggest to use optparse instead, as optparse supports non-destructive
> parsing. 

attached is a patch for this. against svn trunk, rev 642.


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