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From John Keyes <j...@mac.com>
Subject Re: [CLI] UnrecognizedOptionException on simple test
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2003 17:24:05 GMT
Hi Frederic,

Use the GnuParser instead of the PosixParser.  That should do
the trick.

-John K 

p.s. please do not cross post to the -dev and -users list, the 
developers monitor the -users list so it is unnecessary to di
so.


On Thursday, December 11, 2003, at 09:44AM, LAURENT Frederic SZSIC13 softeam <frederic.laurent@interieur.gouv.fr>
wrote:

>LAURENT Frederic SZSIC13 softeam wrote:
>
>> John Keyes wrote:
>> 
>>> I don't see any obvious errors. Can you write the test
>>> in plain java and see if that works.  If not then post
>>> the class here and I'll have a look at it.  Sorry for the abruptness 
>>> but I am busy at the moment.
>> 
>> 
>> Jython is an interpretor written in java, so the behavior of
>> the test will be the same in java...
>> That's said, I wrote my test in plain java, and the exception is
>> the same...
>> 
>> java FooMain -url http://foo.com
>> usage: java FooMain
>>  -url <myurl>   an url
>> Exception in thread "main" 
>> org.apache.commons.cli.UnrecognizedOptionException: Unrecognized option: -u
>>         at org.apache.commons.cli.Parser.processOption(Parser.java:253)
>>         at org.apache.commons.cli.Parser.parse(Parser.java:170)
>>         at org.apache.commons.cli.Parser.parse(Parser.java:114)
>>         at FooMain.main(FooMain.java:16)
>
>I downloaded sources from cvs, and rebuild the jar. But the problem is 
>still there.
>
>So I searched deeper in the code...
>In the PosixParser class, the flatten method is used to parse the 
>command line. In my case (option -url), the token starts with "-" and 
>has a length > 2
>so we got
>// requires bursting
>else
>{
>	burstToken(token, stopAtNonOption);
>}
>
>But I don't understand what this method does...
>the tokens -u, -r and -l are added in the internal ArrayList (named
>tokens) but the -url token isn't  !
>So later in the parse method, the hasOption failed, because the -u value
>has not been added in the options container (main method of the test)...
>
>Well, I changed the else statement in the flatten method of PosixParser
>else
>{
>	burstToken(token, stopAtNonOption);
>}
>
>by
>
>else
>{
>	tokens.add(token);
>         //burstToken(token, stopAtNonOption);
>}
>
>the -url is added in the tokens ArrayList and my main program works :
>
>java FooMain -url http://foo.com
>usage: java FooMain
>  -url <myurl>   an url
>url parameter : http://foo.com
>
>
>Well, what do you think about that ?
>thanks
>
>Fred
>
>-- 
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>Fr�d�ric Laurent                     http://www.opikanoba.org
>
>
>
>
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