portmaster with no run arguments.
jhelfman at e-e.com
Fri Sep 10 21:45:30 UTC 2010
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 05:37:33PM -0400, jhell thus spake:
>On 09/10/2010 17:35, jhell wrote:
>> Hi Doug,
>> Just thought I would write you about an unexpected output from
>> portmaster to get your opinion. I just ran 'portmaster' alone without
>> any arguments to get the list of "--help". Surprising enough to me it
>> searched for a null port and output the following.
>> ===>>> No valid installed port, or port directory given
>> ===>>> Try portmaster --help
>> Would it be wise if portmaster was run with no arguments that it just
>> output the '--help' by default ?.
>> Thanks & Regards,
>Or better yet. That list seems pretty verbose just for running
>portmaster with no arguments, what about just printing the "Usage"
>information instead, along with the --help as a usage.
Or maybe just the Common Flags:
Common flags: [--force-config] [-CGHKgntvw B|b f|i D|d]
[[[--packages|-P]|[--packages-only|-PP]] | [--packages-build]]
[--packages-if-newer] [--delete-build-only] [--always-fetch]
[--local-packagedir=<path>] [--packages-local] [--delete-packages]
[--no-confirm] [--no-term-title] [--no-index-fetch]
[-m <arguments for make>] [-x <glob pattern to exclude from building>]
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