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--- Comment #4 from Glenn Adams <> 2012-04-01 21:18:48 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> (In reply to comment #2)
> > Jeffrey Walton raises a good point here. The -v switch on most programs just
> > outputs the version information. Why does FOP insist on having an input 
> > file in
> > this case and outputting usage and an error. I believe this is inconsistent 
> > and
> > confusing for the user. We should consider changing this behaviour.
> I didn't see it from that perspective, so I agree with you.

any progress on this pascal? should be a simple fix... i would suggest the
following behavior:

(1) if -v present but no input file, then just output version and exit
(2) if -v present and input file specified, then output version then attempt to
process input file

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