Re: bts command `send-unmatched'
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On Wed, Aug 15, 2018 at 04:13:32PM +0900, Byung-Hee HWANG (황병희, 黃炳熙) wrote:
> When i type command by email as follows:
> send-unmatched old|-2
> send-unmatched [old|-2]
> Then BTS server tell me "Unknown command or malformed arguments to
> command." with both above commands.
> Yes, i'm now translating /Bugs/server-request
> Is that dead command? Or am i someting wrong?
Hey, and thanks for your translation work!
NOTE: I didnn't really try this, this is just a quick answer.
I think those signs [ | and ] are just what is called "metasyntax" 
In this case, [...] seems to mean that what goes in  is optional,
means you can either say "index" or "index full". And ...|... means
either... or, for example:
means you can say "send-unmatched last" or "send-unmatched -1" (both
seem to mean the same thing). Finally
means you can say "send unmatched this", "send-unmatched 0" or just simply
"send-unmatched". Those also seem to mean the same thing.
- -- tomás
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