Not Passing On Command Line Arguments

Hey there! I have a question about passing command line arguments. I
have a list of arguments I’d like to use alongside a couple built in
to Test::Case. However, I keep getting an “invalid argument” error
every time. Is there a way to handle my command line arguments and
remove them from the array that gets passed to Test::Case or change
how Test::Case handles arguments? I’ve tried writing my own
OptionsParser instance in my code, as well as editing autorunner.rb
(where OptionsParser is used in Test::Case) and adding my arguments
there ( o.on(’-c’, ‘–cleanup’, “Clean up stuff”){puts
“CLEANUPPP!”;exit} ), but even if I try to change the arguments that
are already there (Changing the help text, for example), nothing seems
to show up any different. Thanks!

-Dylan

On Jul 23, 10:12 am, Dylan [email protected] wrote:

are already there (Changing the help text, for example), nothing seems
to show up any different. Thanks!

-Dylan

Also, for some reason some arguments I add (by simply adding if
(ARGV.include? “-cleanup”) ) work fine, but gives an warning:
Deprecated option (–console). Thanks!

-Dylan

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