In the manual, they instruct that a range of frames can also be specified, ie:
-time "10:" means all keys from time 10 (in the current time unit) onwards.
-time ":10" means all keys up to (and including) time 10 (in the current time unit).
Python doesn't like that last version (up to and including) because it would start with (,
cmds.keyframe(time=(),r=1,timeChange=12) # All
cmds.keyframe(time=(,5),r=1,timeChange=12) # Error: invalid syntax #
Anyone know the fix?
cmds.keyframe(time=(5,),r=1,timeChange=12) # This also fails, it only moves the keys at F5.