[Twisted-Python] twisted.python.usage.Options Questions
justinjohnson at fastmail.fm
Fri May 16 19:45:12 EDT 2003
> > I was thinking it would make sense to grab the doc from the class that
> > handles the options for the particular subcommand, since it is the only
> > class/function that we already know the name of and that is already
> > associated with the subcommand.
> > [snip]
> > Does that make sense? Is that something you can do, or should I get
> > familiar with the code and submit a patch?
> > Thanks for your other suggestions as well.
> This is just what I was thinking. If the change to make was obvious to
> me, I'd do it, but after a quick look I find that I don't entirely
> how this code works. Could you come up with a patch for this?
Yeah, not till next week though. I think __str__ needs to change.
443 if not (getattr(self, "longdesc", None) is None):
444 longdesc = self.longdesc
446 import __main__
447 if getattr(__main__, '__doc__', None):
448 longdesc = __main__.__doc__
450 longdesc = ''
Probably needs to change to check self.subCommands.__doc__ if it
exists, or something like that. I'll take a look next week.
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