We can't have boolean parameters with a defaultValue (because all boolean params have an implied defaultValue of true), so we certainly can't have one with a defaultValue of true.
Full list of booleans with default values: - jsb/preserveNewlines - jsb/jslintHappy - jsb/spaceBeforeConditional - jsb/unescapeStrings - restart/nocache - screenshot/fullpage The problem is that e.g. jsb is a well known beautifier and people are used to the params as they are, with boolean defaults being either true or false. I could simply use the strings "true" or "false", but need to speak with Joe about this.
Summary: The sense of the GCLI JSB command parameter 'preserveNewlines' is wrong → The sense of some GCLI command boolean parameters are wrong
(I made a typo above, the defaultValue of a boolean parameter is false not true) There has to be a default one way or the other or it would be really confusing: >> cmd --this --that Where this and that had different defaults - one would be turning a feature on and the other would be turning it off. It seems sensible for me for a switch to be switching something 'on' and that it's off by default. How about having noSpaceBeforeConditional and dontPreserveNewlines ?
The commands now have the right sense, and we're doing more work on JSB in a separate bug.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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