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Re: Possibly bug in GNU hello

From: Karl Berry
Subject: Re: Possibly bug in GNU hello
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 17:49:42 -0600

    If i use hello -g TEST, it prints TEST, but in case i combine this 
    option with -t or -n, it prints it's main purpose text

The purpose of -t and -n is specifically to print their hardwired text.
There's no way to "traditionalize" or "new-generation-ize" arbitrary
text.  I'll see about improving the documentation.

One could argue that whichever of -g, -t, or -n was specified last
should win.  Right now it's basically random.  (-t beats -n beats -g.)
I'll see about that too.

Thanks for the report :).


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