a newbie OptParse thread. Is there a way to catch all?
mynews44 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 22 20:50:20 CEST 2004
I have now implemented my newbie script with optparse and it works
great, but in the final QA phase I found that I could put any sort of
stuff on the command line anywhere and the script would simply ignore
it, rather than breaking with an error. IE, after I define -h, -V,
-s, -t, -w, -c and their relevent lnog versions as valid parameters,
I call the program thus:
$>./my_script -s 3 -c 88 asdsa -w99 -t14
OK. The script worked great!
Is there some way of implementing a catchall type of add_option that
would run a callback to some sort of predefined error function?
Something that could catch that "asdsa" stuff?
Or is there a better way (more pythonish!) to do it?
Thanks for your attention!
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