Re: bts command `send-unmatched'
> 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,
> that is:
> index [full]
> means you can either say "index" or "index full". And ...|... means
> either... or, for example:
> send-unmatched last|-1
> means you can say "send-unmatched last" or "send-unmatched -1" (both
> seem to mean the same thing). Finally
> send-unmatched [this|0]
> means you can say "send unmatched this", "send-unmatched 0" or just simply
> "send-unmatched". Those also seem to mean the same thing.
>  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metasyntax
Sorry for late. And thank you very so much for your explanation.
By the way my friend told me the command is disabled by BTS
server. In this case, may i do to comment on that to the translating
Again thank you tomas and your time^^
^고맙습니다 _地平天成_ 감사합니다_^))//