Changeset 2d415cc for commands.c


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Timestamp:
May 24, 2011, 9:22:25 PM (10 years ago)
Author:
David Benjamin <davidben@mit.edu>
Branches:
master, release-1.8, release-1.9
Children:
78f6c35
Parents:
b848e30
git-author:
David Benjamin <davidben@mit.edu> (03/27/11 15:48:08)
git-committer:
David Benjamin <davidben@mit.edu> (05/24/11 21:22:25)
Message:
Fix the documentation for punt/unpunt

The full extent of the horrors of these commands' syntax had not quite
been correctly documented.
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    281281  OWLCMD_ARGS("punt", owl_command_punt, OWL_CTX_ANY,
    282282              "suppress an arbitrary filter",
    283               "punt <filter-text>",
    284               "punt <filter-text (multiple words)>\n"
     283              "punt <filter-name>\n"
     284              "punt <filter-text (multiple words)>",
    285285              "The punt command will suppress messages to the specified\n"
    286286              "filter\n\n"
     
    289289  OWLCMD_ARGS("unpunt", owl_command_unpunt, OWL_CTX_ANY,
    290290              "remove an entry from the punt list",
    291               "unpunt <filter-text>\n"
    292               "unpunt <filter-text>\n"
    293               "unpunt <number>\n",
     291              "unpunt <number>\n"
     292              "unpunt <filter-name>\n"
     293              "unpunt <filter-text (multiple words)>",
    294294              "The unpunt command will remove an entry from the puntlist.\n"
    295               "The first two forms correspond to the first two forms of the :punt\n"
    296               "command. The latter allows you to remove a specific entry from the\n"
     295              "The last two forms correspond to the two forms of the :punt\n"
     296              "command. The first allows you to remove a specific entry from\n"
    297297              "the list (see :show zpunts)\n\n"
    298298              "SEE ALSO:  punt, zpunt, zunpunt, show zpunts\n"),
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