Provided by: clig_1.9.10-4_all bug


       ::clig::Usage - declare single line usage-string


       package require clig
       namespace import ::clig::*
       setSpec db

       Usage one-liner


       The  Usage  command  specifies  a one line description of the program’s
       intent and function. The string one-liner is printed --- besides  other
       sutff  ---  if  the  parser  encounters an unknown option.  Remember to
       enclose one-liner in braces. A (not so) typical example would be

         Usage {program to delete your home directory}

       In fact, the one-liner can be longer than one line.  Best  results  are
       obtained, if one-liner is not put in braces but is surrounded by double
       quotes. The quoted string may than contain newlines. Clig automatically
       adds backslashes where necessary in the generated C-code so that the C-
       compiler does not go wild.


       clig(1),  clig_Commandline(7),   clig_Description(7),   clig_Double(7),
       clig_Flag(7),  clig_Float(7),  clig_Int(7), clig_Long(7), clig_Name(7),
       clig_Rest(7), clig_String(7), clig_Version(7), clig_parseCmdline(7)