[Rd] gnome support fail on startup (PR#426)
Peter Dalgaard BSA
10 Feb 2000 14:42:09 +0100
Prof Brian D Ripley <email@example.com> writes:
> o New command line option `--gui' to specify the graphical user
> interface under Unix. Currently, possible values are `X11' (the
> (default) and `GNOME', provided that GNOME support is available.
> Command line options \`-g' and `--gnome' are defunct.
> which seems clear enough to me. -gui GNOME never existed to be
Never said it did... However the point is that one gets an odd error
message if we don't catch the --gui argument, and while we're there
we might as well look for a following value.
Another options would be to have the script switch catch '--gui*'
instead of '--gui=*' and just let it barf on the absent binary. (The
sed bit should probably read sed -e 's/[^=]*=*//' then)
I'm no fan of removing short-form options in general. Whoever
disagrees should be forced to type "R --debugger=gdb" every time he
needs to restart during a bug hunt... ;)
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