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Switch to argparse and sub-commands #437

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adamcik opened this Issue Apr 29, 2013 · 3 comments

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adamcik commented Apr 29, 2013

Now that 2.6 is gone we can switch to argparse. See related issue #436

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jodal commented Apr 29, 2013

I'm already working on an argparse branch.

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jodal commented Oct 27, 2013

I did some initial work on subcommands six months ago when we switched to argparse. I've just rebased the single WIP commit I made then on top of develop and pushed it to jodal/mopidy@9090253. Feel free to base work on subcommands upon my commit or to ignore it completely.

I'm unassigning myself from this issue as I'm not actively working on it and it is free for others to take further.

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jodal commented Nov 16, 2013

Sub-commands are implemented with the merge of #570.

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