> On 03/05/12 08:19, Lorenzo Bettini wrote:
>> just for curiosity: are the features you need already implementable
>> manually on top of the code generated by gengetopt?
> Yes, I could take the generated code and modify it. But I think the
> modifications would be extensive enough that I couldn't easily
> regenerate the code. So it would defeat the point of using gengetopt
> Or were you suggesting that I do this in the meantime in order to move
> forwards with gtypist? That is perhaps not such a bad idea.
No, actually I was thinking whether, in your context, one could wrap
changes around the generated code, not to modify the generated code
itself, since then, as you noted, it would be hard to maintain it for
subsequent modifications :)
>> I'm asking this since I wouldn't want to overload gengetopt with too
>> many features that then become hard to maintain...
> If it helps, I'm quite happy to commit myself to maintaining them (and
> writing them in the first place, of course).
well, thanks in advance then :)
hope to give you feedback about your proposals soon!