Windows command line generation from a standard args array (POSIX argv style).
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package WinArgv -Version 1.0.0-dev-18
dotnet add package WinArgv --version 1.0.0-dev-18
<PackageReference Include="WinArgv" Version="1.0.0-dev-18" />
paket add WinArgv --version 1.0.0-dev-18
#r "nuget: WinArgv, 1.0.0-dev-18"
// Install WinArgv as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=WinArgv&version=1.0.0-dev-18&prerelease // Install WinArgv as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=WinArgv&version=1.0.0-dev-18&prerelease
Initial .NET Standard release. Previously only available for .NET Framework.
Creating a command line programmatically to execute a program with a complicated argument list should not be a difficult problem.
However, Windows places this burden on the programmer. Instead of just allowing programmers to construct an array with exactly
the arguments they want to appear in the argument array of Main(), Windows programmers need to know how to properly escape the
entire argument list as a string.
Use WinArgv, and don't get burned by spaces, escaping, and quoting. Generate Windows and argument string, command line, or
ProcessStartInfo to pass to Process.Start().
- No dependencies.
This package is not used by any NuGet packages.
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