Command Line Parsing with Mono.Options

Posted by: Fervent Coder, on 22 Nov 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

When you have command line arguments to parse, the place to look is Mono.Options. To date, I have not found anything better to get the job done. It is a single C# file if you do not want to download the entire Mono Library to use it. I was first introduced in Mono 2.2. The equivalent product is NDesk.Options by Jonathan Pryor. His single Options.cs file has been implemented as Mono.Options. To demonstrate how easy command line parsing can be, Im going to show you is part of the source for RoundhousE...

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