File 0012-arg-Allow-flags-such-as-flag-arg-as-well-as-flag-arg.patch of Package ocaml

From b5e341afca2bdb390255cb74b3e3f5d1e3971590 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: "Richard W.M. Jones" <rjones@redhat.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2014 11:21:40 +0100
Subject: [PATCH 12/20] arg: Allow flags such as --flag=arg as well as --flag
 arg.

Allow flags to be followed directly by their argument, separated by an '='
sign.  This is consistent with what GNU getopt_long and many other
command line parsing libraries allow.

Fix for the following issue:
http://caml.inria.fr/mantis/view.php?id=5197
---
 stdlib/arg.ml  | 30 ++++++++++++++++++++++++------
 stdlib/arg.mli |  3 ++-
 2 files changed, 26 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/stdlib/arg.ml b/stdlib/arg.ml
index a8f3964..f2b6f13 100644
--- a/stdlib/arg.ml
+++ b/stdlib/arg.ml
@@ -55,6 +55,12 @@ let rec assoc3 x l =
   | _ :: t -> assoc3 x t
 ;;
 
+let split s =
+  let i = String.index s '=' in
+  let len = String.length s in
+  String.sub s 0 i, String.sub s (i+1) (len-(i+1))
+;;
+
 let make_symlist prefix sep suffix l =
   match l with
   | [] -> "<none>"
@@ -130,14 +136,26 @@ let parse_argv_dynamic ?(current=current) argv speclist anonfun errmsg =
   while !current < l do
     let s = argv.(!current) in
     if String.length s >= 1 && s.[0] = '-' then begin
-      let action =
-        try assoc3 s !speclist
-        with Not_found -> stop (Unknown s)
+      let action, follow =
+        try assoc3 s !speclist, None
+        with Not_found ->
+          try
+            let keyword, arg = split s in
+            assoc3 keyword !speclist, Some arg
+          with Not_found -> stop (Unknown s)
       in
-      let no_arg () = () in
+      let no_arg () =
+        match follow with
+        | None -> ()
+        | Some arg -> stop (Wrong (s, arg, "no argument")) in
       let get_arg () =
-        if !current + 1 < l then argv.(!current + 1)
-        else stop (Missing s)
+        match follow with
+        | None ->
+          if !current + 1 < l then argv.(!current + 1)
+          else stop (Missing s)
+        | Some arg ->
+          decr current;
+          arg
       in
       begin try
         let rec treat_action = function
diff --git a/stdlib/arg.mli b/stdlib/arg.mli
index 0999edf..71af638 100644
--- a/stdlib/arg.mli
+++ b/stdlib/arg.mli
@@ -25,7 +25,8 @@
     [Unit], [Set] and [Clear] keywords take no argument. A [Rest]
     keyword takes the remaining of the command line as arguments.
     Every other keyword takes the following word on the command line
-    as argument.
+    as argument.  For compatibility with GNU getopt_long, [keyword=arg]
+    is also allowed.
     Arguments not preceded by a keyword are called anonymous arguments.
 
    Examples ([cmd] is assumed to be the command name):
-- 
2.7.4