|--whitespace, --ws||Print all items on a single line, separated by space.|
|--remote||Fetch the remote list (if available) and print it.|
Fetch the remote list (if available) and print only the differences betwen
the current list and the remote list (items are prefixed by + and -).
Option added by Abigail.
The output of this option is affected by the --whitespace option.
Only select items in the given category (for Acme::MetaSyntactic::MultiList
subclasses). If not given, use the default category.
Silently fallbacks to the default if the category doesnt exist.
Another way to ask for a specific category is to skip the --category option and directly ask for theme/category. Note that you cannot use both calling conventions simultaneously.
The program will exit if any of these options is selected. However, these options can be combined.
--themes Print the list of available themes. --sources Print the URLs used by a remote list. --version Print version information. --help Print a short help message.
<B>metaB> is the script of choice for a new generation of hackers. Here are a few comments from satisfied users:
o Acme::MetaSyntactic makes me more productive when I have to write regression tests for my Perl modules. No more do I spend time looking for variable names! It simply changed my life.
-- Rafael Garcia-Suarez, pumpking, used AMS when writing tests for Sub::Identify.
o Acme::MetaSyntactic gave names for regression tests in the Perl core
o Your module has been a wonderful timesaver for me. How much time I used to spend on thinking about good and meaningful variable names, and now I have them at the snap of a finger!
-- Gisbert W. Selke
Ever needed to debug with the help of a few print() statements? Simply map some keystrokes to insert a warning where you want it. With <B>metaB>, you will never need to think about what write in the string argument:
nmap _wa :r!meta donmartin<CR>iwarn"<Esc>A";<Esc>==
(This mapping kindly given by Rafael Garcia-Suarez.)
Philippe BooK Bruhat, <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright 2005-2006 Philippe BooK Bruhat, All Rights Reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
|perl v5.20.3||META (1)||2013-10-14|