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Author fennec15
Recipients Christophe.Guillon, Clint Olsen, abacabadabacaba, amcnabb, andersk, bethard, cben, danielsh, davidben, drm, eric.araujo, eric.smith, evaned, fennec15, gdb, gfxmonk, karzes, martin.panter, memeplex, nelhage, paul.j3, r.david.murray, rhettinger, skilletaudio, spaceone
Date 2018-07-30.14:25:13
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I have an issue with the assumption that if all parameters are forced to be prepended by -- instead of only one dash, that you would then convert the -- to a single dash and have issues with single-dashed strings, when all other parameters are dual-dashed. This is especially crazy if the user specifies that prefix_chars="--" when creating the parser! You wouldn't mix up ** with * just because it's a two char string, so why do this for -- in this day and age when parameters can take on very different and complicated structures?!
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