#13 Add option -T as an alias to -t

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Tony Houghton
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2012-09-14
2008-09-04
Anonymous
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Hello,

Most of the terminal emulators I have tried use -T to set the title. This meant that because of Debian's nice alternative system I could write something like "x-terminal-emulator -T my_title -e my_app" and this would work with my terminal of the day. So please add -T as an alias to -t.

Thanks for your work, I'll stay with ROXterm for a while, so now I'm off to change all my configs.

Regards,
Andrei

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  • Tony Houghton
    Tony Houghton
    2008-09-07

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    Sorry about the delay. I will get this sorted out but I'm currently concentrating on getting vixn.org up and running.

     
  • Tony Houghton
    Tony Houghton
    2008-09-12

    I've changed this in svn. Unfortunately I had to change -t to -T instead of having both, because glib's option parser doesn't really support two short options with the same long name, so you may have to change your scripts back if you used -t.

    I'll leave the bug open for now and close it once the next version is fully released, including debian packages.

     
  • Tony Houghton
    Tony Houghton
    2008-12-23

    The Debian maintainer seems to have gone to sleep so closing anyway.

     


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