From: David Bremner <>

The idea here is that we want to deprecate the use of arguments to
dump and restore to specify paths, since in particular we want to use
the non-option arguments to dump to form a query.
 test/dump-restore |   10 +++++-----
 1 files changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/test/dump-restore b/test/dump-restore
index a4de370..96c4f19 100755
--- a/test/dump-restore
+++ b/test/dump-restore
@@ -6,17 +6,17 @@ add_email_corpus

 test_expect_success "Dumping all tags" "generate_message &&
 notmuch new &&
-notmuch dump dump.expected"
+notmuch dump > dump.expected"

 test_begin_subtest "Clearing all tags"
 sed -e "s/(\([^(]*\))$/()/" < dump.expected > clear.expected
-notmuch restore clear.expected
-notmuch dump clear.actual
+notmuch restore < clear.expected
+notmuch dump > clear.actual
 test_expect_equal "$(< clear.actual)" "$(< clear.expected)"

 test_begin_subtest "Restoring original tags"
-notmuch restore dump.expected
-notmuch dump dump.actual
+notmuch restore < dump.expected
+notmuch dump > dump.actual
 test_expect_equal "$(< dump.actual)" "$(< dump.expected)"

 test_expect_success "Restore with nothing to do" "notmuch restore 

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