Example is wrong in `gcalcli --help`

Bug #1839026 reported by Brock Cochran on 2019-08-05
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gcalcli (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

The example in this help page, gcalcli --help, gives the wrong syntax:

add add a detailed event to a calendar
                           - a single --calendar must specified
                           - the "--details url" option will show the event link
                           - example:
                              gcalcli --calendar 'Eric Davis'
                                      --title 'Analysis of Algorithms Final'
                                      --where UCI
                                      --when '12/14/2012 10:00'
                                      --who '<email address hidden>'
                                      --who '<email address hidden>'
                                      --duration 60
                                      --description 'It is going to be hard!'
                                      --reminder 30

Having `add` at the end or wherever did not matter in previous versions. However, now the program requires the `add` to be placed after `--calendar` and before `--title` etc.

Adolfo Jayme (fitojb) on 2019-08-15
Changed in gcalcli (Ubuntu):
importance: Undecided → Low
tags: added: bitesize manpage
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