Author bewest
Recipients G2P, bethard, bewest, csernazs, dsully, elsdoerfer, eric.araujo, nvie, r.david.murray
Date 2011-09-24.06:55:32
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I spent some time looking at this, as I was interested in
using this pattern to simulate what git and hg do.  I
considered a few modifications and then found this bug.  I
think the default keyword passed to
_SubParsersAction.__init__ makes sense.

I started on a patch, that looks promising, but I'm having
trouble getting the regexp right.

Here's a changeset higlighting where I think the
problematic regexp is:
https://bitbucket.org/bewest/argparse/changeset/938e1e91ddd0

https://gist.github.com/1202975#file_test_opt_subcommand.py
Is the meager little test I put together.
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