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Bug#181973: marked as done (psplpr: useless argument parsing (-x))

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Subject: psplpr: useless argument parsing (-x)
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Package: psptools
Version: 1.2.2-7
Severity: minor
Tags: patch


If I understand the code correctly, the "-x" argument is parsed as a
synonym for "--warn", which is useless: "-x" is already used to change
"opt-prefix" at the beginning of argument processing.

--- psplpr.pl.in~	Fri Feb 21 22:36:55 2003
+++ psplpr.pl.in	Fri Feb 21 22:37:32 2003
@@ -834,8 +834,7 @@
     } elsif ($args[0] eq "--${lopt_prefix}silent") {
         $opt_verbose = 0;
-    } elsif ($args[0] eq "-${opt_prefix}x"
-	|| $args[0] eq "--${lopt_prefix}warn") {
+    } elsif ($args[0] eq "--${lopt_prefix}warn") {
         $opt_warn = 1;
     } elsif ($args[0] eq "--${lopt_prefix}nodsc") {
 	$opt_nodsc = 1 unless $opt_nodsc;

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Date: Sun, 11 May 2003 20:41:16 +1000
From: Martin Michlmayr <tbm@cyrius.com>
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This package has been removed from Debian unstable because it has been
orphaned for a very long time and nobody adopted it.  See
for more information.

Martin Michlmayr

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