I just grabbed Trunk on 22 January 2009 - with the libpopt changes. Tried running and was seeing odd errors thrown by libpopt
$X,$Y and $DST are replaced by reasonable values on my system
-x $X -y $Y --width=1024 --height=768 \
--fps=7.5 --quick-subsampling \
--device=plughw:0,2 --buffer-size 8192 --channels 1 \
--pause-shortcut Control+p \
--stop-shortcut Control+s \
-o "$DST" || exit
If I did --x=$X it would fail, but --x $X would fail too, only -x $X works - same story with -y
Seems that some params (--device) require the = symbol while others (--buffer-size) don't.
Not a "bug" but more of an inconsistency in the CLI parsing - I'm trying to figure out how to fix but I don't hack C every day (other lang's but not C)
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