[Haskell-cafe] Re: A question regarding cmdargs package
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Tue Oct 12 04:46:56 EDT 2010
Am Dienstag, den 12.10.2010, 16:42 +1100 schrieb Ivan Lazar Miljenovic:
> On 12 October 2010 16:32, Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org> wrote:
> > 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
note that people expect "cmd --help" to at least do nothing. So if your
program is called "launchMissiles", please make it at least spit out a
message like "your evil dictator was too lazy to write a help message"
when it is called with --help.
(That is if you are sharing your program. Not sure if you should share
"launchMissiles" at all.)
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