Denys Vlasenko <dvlasenk(a)redhat.com> writes:
On Mon, 2011-06-27 at 10:55 +0200, Nikola Pajkovsky wrote:
> abrt-cli uses commands now instead of switches for main purpose.
> Usage string for abrt-cli:
> abrt-cli [--version] [--base-dir=DUMP_DIR] <command> [<args>]
> --base-dir - change base dir for dump directories
> --version - print out version and die
> commands are:
> Each command can take it's own arguments.
> list command takes two switches -d -f, where -d behaves as old --info switch. Show
> more detailed information about crash (all if not specified exactly dump-dir) and
> with -f switch shows even multiline files from dump-dir
Why abrt-cli is needed when report-cli seems to be doing the same thing?
report-cli should be only reporter, nothing else. On the other hand,
it's impossible to implement DumpLocation when libreport should know
nothing about abrt.conf (doesn't provide load_abrt_conf()).
And we did same thing with abrt-gtk and report-gtk, right? We split it
into two parts and that was my plan to do with report-cli.
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