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Author Clint Olsen
Recipients Christophe.Guillon, Clint Olsen, Socob, abacabadabacaba, amcnabb, andersk, bethard, cben, danielsh, davidben, drm, eric.araujo, eric.smith, evaned, fennec15, gaborjbernat, gdb, gfxmonk, karzes, maggyero, martin.panter, memeplex, nelhage, orivej, paul.j3, porton, r.david.murray, rhettinger, skilletaudio, spaceone, xtreak
Date 2021-12-27.00:18:17
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I think this should serve as a cautionary tale that while (POSIX) standards aren't always the best of solutions, they are often made for good reasons, and special care should be taken when you decide to deviate from them. Otherwise it just causes frustration.

While argparse behavior has some convenience, it isn't a very good fit for a multi-layered scripting environments where arguments for subordinate programs need consideration.
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2021-12-27 00:18:18Clint Olsensetrecipients: + Clint Olsen, rhettinger, cben, amcnabb, bethard, eric.smith, orivej, eric.araujo, r.david.murray, memeplex, gfxmonk, evaned, andersk, abacabadabacaba, gdb, nelhage, drm, davidben, martin.panter, paul.j3, skilletaudio, Christophe.Guillon, danielsh, spaceone, porton, Socob, maggyero, karzes, xtreak, fennec15, gaborjbernat
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