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Author paul.j3
Recipients Andrei.Vereha, Radu.Ciorba, Sam.Breese, bethard, idank, paul.j3, r.david.murray
Date 2013-04-29.07:01:54
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Correction: The patch I gave in the last message produces:

    >>> parser.parse_known_args(['-ku'])
    (Namespace(known=False), ['u'])

It doesn't take action on the '-k', and puts 'u' in extras, not '-u'.

This new patch gets it right:

    >>> parser.parse_known_args(['-ku'])
    (Namespace(known=True), ['-u'])

We need more test cases, including ones that work as expected with optparse or other unix parsers.
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