[Haskell-cafe] Re: A question regarding cmdargs package
ndmitchell at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 04:02:05 EDT 2010
>> This makes me curious. What's the use case where you want to allow the user
>> to pass arguments on the command line, but you don't want that user to
>> be able
>> to use '--help' to find out what arguments may be passed?
> When you don't want to bother defining the help options/descriptions? :p
> (alternatively, you may wish to provide a more full-featured version
> like what darcs does by using a pager)
You can already do this with CmdArgs. If you use cmdArgsMode/process
it returns a structure populated to say what to do next (i.e. display
a help message), but you are welcome to do something different, or do
what it says in a different way. However, I can see some people might
want to remove help entirely, so I'll try and find a balance.
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