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Re: [PATCH] fix a bug that option '-i' cannot be used



Hello Yu,

On Friday 18 July 2008 23:42:01 Yu Zhiguo wrote:
>   Option '-i' cannot be used, because the check about option '-R'
> in main() is wrong.
>   When check option '-R', we should consider whether option '-i'
> is specified.

I was just looking at this patch. The intention with the -R option is for it 
to be given saying that all options will be read from the file. You should be 
able to place "-i" on a line by itself within the file and it should ignore 
errors. This would be similar to the way the -D option is given by itself 
near the top of a typical rule file.

I agree with some of the cleanup that this patch suggests and will apply that 
part. But I think the intent was for "-i" to be in the file and not the 
command line.

Thanks,
-Steve


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