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Bug#313175: test case for failing argp

Drew Parsons a écrit :
Attached is a minimal test case showing the problem. Compile with "gcc -o minargp minargp.c", run with somthing like "./minargp -r 15"
to get
	argument value for -r = (null)
	repeat count has been set to 10

Expected behaviour:
	argument value for -r = 15
	repeat count has been set to 15

Why is the argument value empty?

Using "./minargp -r15" is working, but the documentation explicitly states that a space is allowed between the argument and the value. So it looks like a bug in the glibc. I will try to have a look when I find time.

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