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Add "-T" option that shows actual build plan #262

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arcivanov opened this Issue Nov 20, 2015 · 4 comments

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arcivanov commented Nov 20, 2015

Currently -t shows all available tasks in alphabetical order.

Using pyb -T [<task> [task]*] we should show an actual build plan as it would be executed without actually executing it.

The other alternative is to use --show-plan.

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@mriehl review please

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arcivanov commented Nov 20, 2015

@mriehl review please

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I usually expect both a short and long option from my unix tools. I would suggest the following combinations:

  • -t and --show-tasks
  • -T and --show-plan

If --show-tasks is unlikely however, I would advocate for -T.

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esc commented Nov 20, 2015

I usually expect both a short and long option from my unix tools. I would suggest the following combinations:

  • -t and --show-tasks
  • -T and --show-plan

If --show-tasks is unlikely however, I would advocate for -T.

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--tasks and --plan or even -p instead of -T are also options.

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esc commented Nov 20, 2015

--tasks and --plan or even -p instead of -T are also options.

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@esc yep, I assumed there would be long names.

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arcivanov commented Nov 21, 2015

@esc yep, I assumed there would be long names.

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