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Allow user to use -debug=1 to enable all debugging #6164

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@lpescher lpescher commented May 20, 2015

This is more consistent with other command line arguments and more intuitive. Originally, a user would specify "-debug=" to enable all debugging; which still works. The documentation and --help pages are also updated

Addresses Issue #4219

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Most people expect a value of 1 to enable all for command line arguments.
However to do this for the -debug option you must type "-debug=".
This has been changed to allow "-debug=1" as well as "-debug=" to
enable all debug logging
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jonasschnelli commented May 20, 2015

tested ACK.

I think this make sense. -debug=1 should act the same as -debug.

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laanwj commented May 20, 2015

utACK - I'd prefer if you squash this into one commit as all three changes form one atomic whole.

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fanquake commented May 20, 2015

ACK after squashing

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utACK - I'd prefer if you squash this into one commit as all three changes
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@laanwj laanwj merged commit aa41bc8 into bitcoin:master Jun 1, 2015
laanwj added a commit that referenced this pull request Jun 1, 2015
aa41bc8 Update help message to match the #4219 change (lpescher)
f60bb5e Update documentation to match the #4219 change (lpescher)
cb87386 Make command line option to show all debugging consistent with similar options (lpescher)
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