mirror of William Morgan's repo at git://gitorious.org/trollop/mainline.git
Parses dates with Date.parse, or Chronic if it's available.
|lib||Added :date option type.|
|test||Added :date option type.|
|www||add blog link to index.html|
|FAQ.txt||remove outdated FAQ entry|
|History.txt||bump to 1.13|
|README.txt||minor README tweaks|
|Rakefile||fuck you rdoc, and fuck you rake|
|release-script.txt||update release script|
== trollop by William Morgan (wmorgan-trollop at the masanjin dot nets or http://cs.stanford.edu/~ruby) Main page: http://trollop.rubyforge.org Release announcements and comments: http://all-thing.net/search/label/trollop Documentation quickstart: See Trollop::options (for some reason rdoc isn't linking that; it's in the top right of the screen if you're browsing online) and then Trollop::Parser#opt. Also see the examples at http://trollop.rubyforge.org/. == DESCRIPTION Trollop is a commandline option parser for Ruby that just gets out of your way. One line of code per option is all you need to write. For that, you get a nice automatically-generated help page, robust option parsing, command subcompletion, and sensible defaults for everything you don't specify. == FEATURES/PROBLEMS - Dirt-simple usage. - Sensible defaults. No tweaking necessary, much tweaking possible. - Support for long options, short options, short option bundling, and automatic type validation and conversion. - Support for subcommands. - Automatic help message generation, wrapped to current screen width. - Lots of unit tests. == REQUIREMENTS * A burning desire to write less code. == INSTALL * gem install trollop == LICENSE Copyright (c) 2008 William Morgan. Trollop is distributed under the same terms as Ruby.