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Sat, 27 Apr 2013 08:23:29 +0100
I'm not sure if --unamed-opts is having the intended behaviour.
It is defined as:
the program will accept also options without a name, which, in most
case, means that we can pass many file names to the program
But I tested that currently if it is not set, but the user still
passes unamed options, it does not cause any error when parsing, it
just doesn't process them.
So I think it should fail the parsing and throw a message that
unexpected unamed options were found, or that this description is
changed to something that makes that clear:
"the program will parse also options without a name, which, in most
case, means that we can pass many file names to the program. If not
set options without a name are ignored"
- [help-gengetopt] --unamed-opts,
Nuno Gonçalves <=