The command zanata-cli --help states the order of arguments such as:
This is incorrect. -X, -e, -B and -q need to be entered before the push/pull/put etc argument, else they will be effectively overridden by local variables. Attempting to get batch mode to operate was almost impossible without knowing this information.
The order should be displayed correctly, and each option should indicate whether it is a global or local option.
The -X -E -B -q options are supposed to work in any position. Rather than changing the help text, it would be better to fix the bug if we can.
While we're at it, could we replace
with something like
and have a separate line saying that SUBCOMMAND is one of those options? That would be more readable.