Antoine Pitrou wrote:
Michael Foord <fuzzyman <at> voidspace.org.uk> writes:
I also use -v for verbose in a few scripts (including options to unittest when run with python -m). I've seen -V as a common abbreviation for --version (I've just used this with Mono for example).
+1 for letting -v mean "--verbose". This is a really common wish.
Agreed, all my scripts do that. -V is the short form I expect for --version.