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Gengetopt is a tool to generate C code to parse getopt styled command line arguments. It's similar or even more powerful than the well known libpopt but does not add any run or compile time dependencies to your projects. Moreover reading/writing the options from/to config files is also supported.
This package contains common functions for POSIX shell projects to increase code reuse: *shell-getopt: Shell implementation of getopt(1) utility and getopt family; *shell-config: to work (read, change and remove variables) with a shell-like config files; *shell-ini-config: to work with a ... [More]
This is yet another C++ version of the getopt function, that is, for parsing command line options and environment variables. However, unlike other versions, the design goals of this one are: EASY to use EASY to learn mimc STL's streams minimum code to type smooth integration with STL types ... [More]
ImportantThis project is now an official PEAR package and has moved to PEAR website and repository. AboutConsole_CommandLine is a full featured package for managing command line options and arguments highly inspired from python optparse module, it allows the developer to easily build complex ... [More]
Shell Flags (shFlags) is a library written to greatly simplify the handling of command-line flags in Bourne based Unix shell scripts (bash, dash, ksh, sh, zsh) on many Unix OSes (Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, etc.). Most shell scripts use getopt for flags processing, but the different versions of ... [More]
Bash scripting utility for parsing command-line options (we're just getting started. Please come back soon.)
Lineguide is a tool to generate code to parse command line options and arguments for C programs. The generated code includes actions for parsed options and arguments. Lineguide is a Python script file. You can embed it in your projects with copying, not without installing.
Looking for a replacement for getopt? Want to add commandline options to your program but don't want to get bogged down in the complexity of it all? Then SuperGetOpt is for you. Built-in type checking and error handling provide useful user feedback. Fixed and variable arg lists allowed. Here ... [More]