This smallish difference adds up if you are (like me) lazy and ignorant
about samba-tool commands. (yes, *I* know I could use "-h", but my
2) It helps us to fit in. This is the latest rage. Everyone does it. You
can go "git help log", "perf help record", "openstack help floating ip
create". We should try to look like a part of the modern unix ecosystem.
The downside is the samba-tool help test now calls samba-tool 218 times,
which takes 28 seconds on my machine.
Re: [PATCH] samba-tool: treat "samba-tool help X" like "samba-tool X --help"
On Thu, 2017-12-21 at 16:21 +1300, Douglas Bagnall via samba-technical
> There are two reasons for this:
> 1) it makes browsing the help tree slightly easier. With the help of
> the up-arrow, it is simpler to go:
> $ samba-tool help
> $ samba-tool help drs
> $ samba-tool help drs showrepl
> $ samba-tool --help
> $ samba-tool drs --help
> $ samba-tool drs showrepl --help
> This smallish difference adds up if you are (like me) lazy and ignorant
> about samba-tool commands. (yes, *I* know I could use "-h", but my
> fingers don't).