Important poll, please boost (unless it's already completed).
In Go, the standard library "flag" module has single-dash flags. Like so: -flag=value -otherflag othervalue -bool -otherbool=false
Do you prefer that to GNU-style --flag=value and shorthands -f value? Or do you prefer GNU-style? If you had the FREE CHOICE (both implementations are simple and easy to understand, and had no real advantages or disadvantages besides this ux), which would you choose?
@sir yeah that's a fair preference I use POSIX getopt regularly for "smaller" things (small by my definition, my "big" projects are usually still under 1000 LOC) not relevant to what I'm making here, but I'll note it mentally
@lanodan@tuxcrafting@toast my impression of LeoNerd is that he's literally the only person on the planet with a complete understanding of terminal emulators whose software is engineered to consider every detail