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dotnet add package clipr --version 1.4.7
NuGet\Install-Package clipr -Version 1.4.7
<PackageReference Include="clipr" Version="1.4.7" />
paket add clipr --version 1.4.7
#r "nuget: clipr, 1.4.7"
// Install clipr as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=clipr&version=1.4.7 // Install clipr as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=clipr&version=1.4.7
Simple command line argument parser inspired by Python's argparse.
|Product||Versions Compatible and additional computed target framework versions.|
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2015-05-19 1.4.7 Fix bug with negative numbers in positional arguments.
2015-03-28 1.4.6 Relax restrictions on a NumArgs value of 0.
2013-09-04 1.4.0 Added Dictionary backend.
2013-09-01 1.3.1 Reorganized imports and added support for Verbs (sub-commands, e.g. "svn checkout").
2013-06-07 1.2.0 Added alternative Fluent interface for defining commands and fixed bug where varargs parameters would consume arguments that start with -.
2013-01-16 1.1.0 Added TryParse method, renamed ParseStrict to StrictParse (for consistency's sake), reordered any public parse methods where T object came first (also to retain consistency across the public API).
2013-01-13 1.0.0 Initial release with automated help generation.