No specified modes

gary lists at
Fri Aug 26 20:06:47 EDT 2011

My use of --options was to indicate in a generic manner specifying 
options, or as you indicate, command line flags. Maybe argvector is a 
more accurate term.

On 8/26/2011 8:03 AM, J K.Eason wrote:
>> I run it just as a command line
>> (perl --get 123 --options),
>> dumping the media to file. Any idea why I get the "no specified
>> modes?"
> Not sure why you're using --options on the command line. AFAIK there is
> no such option. If you run 'perl --long-help' it should
> show you all the command line flags with descriptions.
> Regards
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