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Re: [PATCH] _powerd: add -M and -m options

On 27 May 2018 at 12:16, Oliver Kiddle <okiddle@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Eitan Adler wrote:
>> allowed values, limiting to numbers is good enough for now.
>> Signed-off-by: Eitan Adler <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> ---
>>  Completion/BSD/Command/_powerd | 2 ++
>>  1 file changed, 2 insertions(+)
>> diff --git a/Completion/BSD/Command/_powerd b/Completion/BSD/Command/_powerd
>> index 18a9fb437..88d7c401b 100644
>> --- a/Completion/BSD/Command/_powerd
>> +++ b/Completion/BSD/Command/_powerd
>> @@ -6,6 +6,8 @@ _arguments -s \
>>      "-a[mode to use while on AC power]:mode:($powerd_mode)" \
>>      "-b[mode to use while on battery power]:mode:($powerd_mode)" \
>>      '-i[CPU idle percent level when begin to degrade performance]:percent:' \
>> +    "-m[maximum frequency to throttle down to]:freq: :_guard '[0-9]#' 'numeric value'" \
>> +    "-M[maximum frequency to throttle up to]:freq: :_guard '[0-9]#' 'numeric value'" \
> The syntax here isn't right as the : : in the middle should not be
> there. The second argument after -m or -M will give you the whole _guard
> bit as a description.
> What did you intend as the description? Abbreviating the word
> "frequency" to "freq" is fairly pointless and "numeric value" is not
> entirely helpful. "frequency" is better. Better still, include the units
> in round brackets and the default value in square brackets.

I copied this from the man page.

> _guard is not necessary here. _guard solves a particular problem
> that occurs when something that can't be completed but for which a
> message is useful is completed alongside something for which there are
> matches. After -m, only arguments to -m are relevant so _guard isn't
> needed.

Makes sense.  I copied this from another completer. This also explains
why it didn't work exactly the way I expected :)

>   '-m[maximum frequency to throttle down to]:frequency (MHz)'

New patch coming up shortly.

Eitan Adler

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