On Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 2:20 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> Looking at "git grep -B3 OPT_NONEG" output, it seems that NONEG is
> associated mostly with OPTION_CALLBACK and OPTION_SET_INT in the
> existing code.
> Perhaps OPT_SET_INT should default to not just OPT_NOARG but also

There are OPT_SET_INT() that should not have NONEG in current code. So
there are two sets of SET_INT anyway. Either we convert them all to a
new macro that takes an extra flag, or we add OPT_SET_INT_NONEG() that
covers one set and leave the other set alone.

> I have a suspition that most users of other OPT_SET_<TYPE>
> short-hands may also want them to default to NONEG (and the rare
> ones that want to allow "--no-value-of-this-type=Heh" for some
> reason to use the fully spelled form).  IIRC NONEG is relatively a
> new addition, and many existing OPT_STRING() may predate it.

I haven't checked how NONEG affects other types. But that's something
I should probably look into.
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