In fact, "lcm anything" displays nothing.
Are you using Cygwin on Windows?
There are issues with node's output to Cygwin, try using cmd or powershell.
I am using PowerShell.
I see, try lcm --help.
That's not the point. The point is that, if I type an invalid command line, it should either display some help text, or tell me how to get help text.
Further, the help text states that "lcm server" takes options, but doesn't go on to explain what options are available.
lcm server --help will give you the server options.
lcm server --help
But I agree too that even typing lcm should give some more feedback.
Allow CLI app to respond when no command passed refs #83